RSM’s GLOBAL LEADER of quality and risk has joined the international audit standards body IAASB.
Bob Dohrer will serve in a three-year term on the board, and help the IAASB drive quality and strengthen public confidence in assurance and audit.
Jean Stephens, CEO of RSM, said: “We are delighted that Bob has been appointed to the IAASB. It is a great achievement that is well deserved and is recognition of the many years of commitment that Bob has given to the development of the industry during his career. We look forward to supporting Bob in his work with the IAASB.”
Dohrer said: “I am honoured to be appointed to the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board. The IAASB plays a vital role in enhancing trust and transparency in the global accounting environment and I look forward to contributing to its work.”
Dohrer became chair of the Forum of Firms in July 2010. Previously, he served as a member of the Transnational Auditors Committee, representing RSM International.
With nearly 25 years of experience in public accounting, Bob Dohrer is the Global Leader, Quality & Risk for RSM International Limited (RSM). He has overall responsibility for the network’s audit and other attest services policies, procedures, and guidance.
Prior to joining RSM, he served at McGladrey & Pullen as its national director of assurance services and international assurance services practice leader.
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