Jim Kroeker has been overseeing accounting interpretations, professional practice issues, and international accounting matters at the Securities and Exchange Commission during a time of rapid economic change.

He took over the job of Chief Accountant after the January 2009 retirement of his former boss, Conrad Hewitt. Mr. Kroeker joined the SEC as Deputy Chief Accountant in February 2007 from Deloitte & Touche, where he had been a partner in the firm's National Office Accounting Services Group. He also served as a practice fellow at the Financial Accounting Standards Board, where he helped develop accounting guidance.

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