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PCAOB appoints chief administrative officer

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has appointed Suzanne Kinzer as chief administrative officer, effective 1 January 2014.

According to the PCAOB, in her role Kinzer will oversee the offices of human resources, finance, budget, and compliance and risk management.

Kinzer, who is a certified public accountant, joined the PCAOB ten years ago. Previously she served as deputy director for operations in the division of registration and inspections.

Prior to joining the PCAOB, Kinzer was a partner at KPMG. She succeeds Darrell Pauley, who is retiring from the PCAOB on 31 December 2013.

The PCAOB also said its office of information technology will become an independent business unit, removed from the office of administration.

For that purpose deputy chief administrative officer Nirav Kapadia has been appointed director of this office, reporting to PCAOB chairman James Doty.

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