Andersen Partner Named to FASB

On July 1, G. Michael Crooch will begin serving his five-year term on the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB). He replaces James J. Leisenring, whose term will expire.

Crooch is a partner and director of the International Professional Standards Group at Arthur Andersen.

No stranger to regulations and standard-setting, he also has been involved for years with the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA)in a number of positions, including the International Accounting Standards Committee, where he was a delegate and a member of the Executive Committee.

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