March 28, 2007
SEC Chief Accountant Profiled
The Washington Post profiles SEC Chief Accountant, Conrad W. Hewitt, 70, who previously was a bank regulator, partner at an accounting firm, and director of a number of public companies that were implementing Sarbanes Oxley controls. He is now working on streamlining those regulations and caused a flap by calling for a cap on damages for accountants. See WPost, A Businessman Who Keeps the Books.
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