Alcoa Chairman Named to Public Oversight Board

Alcoa chairman Paul O'Neill joins an exclusive group of individuals as the newest member on the Public Oversight Board (POB) of the AICPA SEC Practice Section (SECPS).

The POB is made up of five members who oversee the self-regulatory programs of the SECPS, an AICPA membership group of firms who audit public companies registered with the SEC. The SECPS and the Private Companies Practice Section (PCPS) comprise the AICPA's Division for CPA Firms.

O'Neill previously served as chairman and CEO of Alcoa until May of last year. Prior to Alcoa, he was with International Paper Company.

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