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New members for AICPA private entity committee

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) have appointed three new members to the private company financial reporting committee (PCFRC).

The PCFRC is part of an initiative by the AICPA and the FASB to improve the standard-setting process.

The new committee members are:

  •          George Beckwith, who works for building products manufacturer National  Gypsum Company;
  •          Stephen Bodine, who comes from the accounting and consultancy firm LarsonAllen; and
  •          Steven Lords, who works for general contractor company Martin-Harris

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