Washington (Aug. 9, 2004) -- The Securities and Exchange Commission unanimously reappointed Willis “Bill” Gradison to serve a five-year term on the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Before being named to the accounting oversight body two years ago, Gradison, a former nine-term Republican congressman from Ohio, also held posts at the Federal Reserve Board and the Treasury. He also served as mayor of Cincinnati.
"Bill's broad experience in government and business has been and will continue to be an invaluable resource for the board," said SEC chair William Donaldson in a statement.
-- WebCPA staff
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