Marek Grabowski is set to take charge of the
Board, taking over from Jon Grant.
Grabowksi retires as a partner at
on 31 December, taking on the role on 1 March.
Jon Grant steps down after 14 years as boss but he will continue to work
within the accounting watchdog on a part-time basis. He will also continue to
serve as a member of the
Auditing and Assurance Standards Board.
“Marek is well placed to lead APB’s work in the coming years. He has
extensive experience as a client service partner both as an auditor and
reporting on capital market prospectuses. He has also spent periods acting as a
technical support partner dealing with complex auditing and accounting issues
internationally,” said Richard Fleck, APB chairman.
The APB is an arm of the
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