The Office of the Chief Accountant at the Securities and Exchange Commission has chosen three professional accounting fellows who will be working with the office for two-year terms starting this fall.

They include Adam Brown, a senior manager in BDO Seidman’s National SEC Department in Dallas; Robert G. Fox III, a senior manager in Grant Thornton’s Professional Standards Group in Charlotte, N.C.; and Brett A. Williams, a senior manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers’s national office in Florham Park, N.J.

The three will be involved in helping improve the SEC’s current financial reporting system, developing rule proposals under federal securities laws, acting as liaisons with the standards-setting bodies for the accounting and auditing profession, and consulting with companies on accounting and reporting matters.

They will be joining a group of professional accounting fellows who are already in place at the SEC: Mark J. Barrysmith, Ashley W. Carpenter, Muneera Carr, Jeffrey E. Ellis, Josh K. Jones, Sandie E. Kim, Katrina A. Kimpel, Robert B. Malhotra and Liza McAndrew Moberg.

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