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SA accountant to join international body

Feb 13 2013 14:55

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Johannesburg - South African chartered accountant Darrel Scott has been appointed to serve on an international financial body of the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) foundation.

"Scott has been appointed as the chairman of the small and medium enterprise implementation group by the trustees of the IFRS foundation," the SA Institute of Chartered Accountants (Saica) said in a statement on Wednesday.

The previous chairperson left the institution on December 31.

Scott started serving as chairperson in January. He is the former chief financial officer of FirstRand [JSE:FSR].

He is currently a member of the International Accounting Standards Board based in London.

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