Securities and Exchange Commission Chief Accountant James L. Kroeker will leave his post in July to enter the private sector.
Kroeker joined the SEC in 2007 as deputy chief accountant, and became chief accountant in January 2009. He has been the commission's point person on a number of issues, with perhaps the most important being its still-pending decision on whether and how to adopt International Financial Reporting Standards in the U.S.
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