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PCAOB appoints director of internal oversight and performance assurance

The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has appointed Ryan Sack as the director of the Office of Internal Oversight and Performance Assurance.

Sack will have the responsibility of providing internal examination of the programmes and operations of PCAOB in order to help ensure the internal integrity, efficiency and effectiveness of those programmes and operations.

PCAOB’s chairman William Duhnke said: “Ryan’s first-hand knowledge of what it takes to run a successful and impactful internal audit operation in a complex corporate environment will make him an effective leader at the PCAOB.”

Sack joins PCAOB with over 20 years of experience in internal audit and assurance leadership with corporations including, Orbital ATK, TRW and McDonnell Douglas.

Most recently, he was vice president of internal audit at Orbital ATK, where he oversaw governance, risk and control assessments.

Sack said: “I look forward to supporting the Board in fulfilling its mission and working collaboratively with all stakeholders as a trusted adviser, providing disciplined assessments and valuable insights regarding continuous process improvement and effective internal control.”

 

By Mishelle Thurai 

 

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