Professor reappointed to influential accounting and financial standards role

Dr. Alexander Sannella, professor and director of the MBA in Professional Accounting and the MAccy in Professional Accounting programs, has been serving on the Financial Reporting Executive Committee (FinREC) of the American Institute of CPAs® (AICPA) for several years and was recently reappointed.

He brings to the committee experience gained from over 40 years of research and teaching at the university level and over 30 years of developing and teaching commercial and investment bank training programs.

His prominence in the accounting field and serving on the FinREC allow him to influence the industry and regulations in service to the public interest. Businesses and individuals trust the unique abilities, including ethical judgment, of finance and accounting professionals who guide decisions and advocate for the profession's advancement.

“This has been an incredible experience for me, particularly knowing that our work on FinREC will help shape the accounting guidance employed in practice today and for years to come,” said Sannella.

The American Institute of CPAs® (AICPA) advances the finance and accounting profession and supports individuals and companies to flourish in the ever-changing business world. The Financial Reporting Executive Committee (FinREC) of the AICPA is central to this mission.

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