In his inaugural speech at the American Institute of CPAs Fall Council meeting here, incoming chairman Robert L. Bunting detailed his priorities for the coming year and called on his fellow CPAs to not only embrace change, but to initiate it.
Bunting, who recently stepped down as chairman and chief executive of Seattle-based Moss Adams LLP, took over the top volunteer spot at the institute on Tuesday, succeeding S. Scott Voynich.
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