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Financial Reporting Council


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Financial Reporting Council

Financial Reporting Council

Financial Reporting Council

Financial Reporting Council

Financial Reporting Council

Financial Reporting Council (Accounting; UK)

TREADGOLD, Sydney William (born 1933), Secretary: Financial Reporting Council, 1990–98; Financial Reporting Review Panel, 1991–98; Accountancy Foundation, 2000–01

WILKS, (Margaret) Ann (born 1943), Secretary, Financial Reporting Council, and Financial Reporting Review Panel, 1998–2004

HADDRILL, Stephen Howard (born 1956), Chief Executive, Financial Reporting Council, since 2009

HUEY EVANS, Gay Jeanette (born 1954), Deputy Chair, Financial Reporting Council, since 2014 (Member since 2012)

HEGDE, Mridul (born 1967), Executive Director, Strategy, Financial Reporting Council, 2012–14

CHEYNE, Iain Donald (born 1942), Member, Professional Oversight Board, Financial Reporting Council, 2009–12

REES, Gareth David (born 1956), QC 2003; General Counsel, Financial Reporting Council (formerly Executive Counsel, Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board), since 2012

LIPWORTH, (Maurice) Sydney (born 1931), Trustee, International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation, 2000–06; Chairman, Financial Reporting Council, 1993–2001

DANIELS, Hilary (born 1954), Member, Conduct Committee, Financial Reporting Council, 2012–15 (Member, Professional Oversight Board, 2005–12)

MILLS, Barbara (Jean Lyon) (1940 - 2011), The Adjudicator, 1999–2009; Member, Financial Reporting Council, since 2008

McLAREN, Melanie Elizabeth (born 1963), Executive Director, Codes and Standards, Financial Reporting Council, since 2012

GEORGE, Paul (born 1960), Executive Director, Conduct Division, since 2011, and Board Member, since 2012, Financial Reporting Council

BISCHOFF, Winfried Franz Wilhelm (born 1941), Chairman: Financial Reporting Council, since 2014; J. P. Morgan Securities plc, since 2015

 

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A UK body set up in 1990, following the recommendation of the Dearing Report, to promote confidence in financial reporting. There are six operating bodies: the Financial Reporting Review Panel, the Accounting Standards Board, the Auditing Practices Board, the Board for Actuarial Standards, the Professional Oversight Board, and the Accountancy and Actuarial Discipline Board. The FRC also maintains and promotes the Combined Code on Corporate Governance. Its members are appointed by the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform.

http://www.frc.org.uk/ Website of the FRC

Subjects: Accounting.


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