The UK’s corporate reporting watchdog has a new chief operating officer, the
second senior posting to begin at the organisation this week.
Anthony Snow, the former chief operating officer at the Wales Audit Office,
will take on the chief operating officer position at the Financial Reporting
There he will join Stephen Haddrill, FRC chief executive, who took over from
Paul Boyle this week.
Snow said he was grateful for the oppourtunity.
“I look forward to working with the many and varied stakeholders that the FRC
interacts with,” he said.
Haddrill said Snow will address a wide range of issues across the business,
taking special responsibility for the overall development of FRC’s strategy and
“The FRC considers it particularly important that we communicate powerfully
with the market and that our reputation is deservedly strong amongst all our
stakeholders, including other international and regulatory authorities,
Parliament and those sections of the public we serve, such as investors,” he
“Anthony will be leading efforts to intensify our work in this area. I am
looking forward to working very closely with him.”
Read the full FRC statement:
appointed as FRC COO
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