The Financial Foundation and the Financial Accounting Standards Board that it oversees are marking their 40th anniversary by introducing redesigned logos, branding and Web sites.
FASB’s new Web site features more user-friendly navigation, new “plain English” explanations of major FASB projects, and a digital timeline highlighting the most important events in the history of the three organizations. In addition, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board, which the FAF also oversees, is also getting a revamped logo and branding with a similar look to that of the FAF and FASB. FASB’s revamped Web site is debuting Monday, with the FAF and GASB sites due to be rolled out in the next few weeks.
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