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FASB appoints advisory groups and task force members

The US Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has appointed eight new members to its task force and advisory groups.

Alexander Corl, currently chief finance officer and treasurer of the control products supplier The Lee Company, has been appointed to the Emerging Issues Task Force of the FASB.

Frederick Cannon, Wallace Enman, Brian Foran, Jonathan Nus, Kevin Shea and David Trainer have all been appointed as members of the Investors Technical Advisory Committee.

Larry Probus, senior vice president of humanitarian organisation World Vision US, has been appointed to serve in the Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee.

"The members of the Emerging Issues Task Force, Investors Technical Advisory Committee, and Not-for-Profit Advisory Committee provide invaluable input to the deliberations of the FASB," said FASB chair Leslie Seidman.

"We welcome their newest members, and thank them for sharing their time and expertise to help us address financial reporting issues of importance."

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