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Lever joins ASB board

Accounting Standards Board announce that financial reporting heavyweight Ken Lever has joined its ranks

Ken Lever, the chairman of the Hundred Group’s financial reporting committee
has joined the board of the ASB. His appointment came into effect at the
beginning of the month, the FRC said.

Sir Christopher Hogg, chairman of the FRC, said : ‘I warmly welcome Ken Lever
as a member of the Accounting Standards Board. Ken has long experience in
financial reporting and brings a high level of expertise to maintain the
strengths of the board.’

Lever is currently the CFO and Senior Vice President of Switzerland-based
memory company Numonyx BV, a role he took on after
parting
ways
with engineering group Tomkins.

Further reading:

Ken
Lever takes up CFO role in Switzerland

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