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Former PwC partner and IFAC member joins valuation standard setter board of trustees

The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC), the global standard setter for valuation practice and the valuation profession, has appointed Ana Maria Elorrieta to its Board of Trustees.

Elorrieta has been a partner at PwC Brazil and head the firm’s risk and quality in South America between 2003 and 2010. She served on the board of IFAC and the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB).

She also held several positions at the Brazilian Federal Accounting Council and was chair of the Brazilian Institute of Independent Accountants.

In 2013, Elorrieta was listed in The Accountant and International Accounting Bulletin’s Power 50, a list of the 50 most influential individuals in accounting.

 

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