Sir David Tweedie led the International Accounting Standards Board for a decade until the end of his second term in June of last year, and now he is getting set to make a similar impact on the valuation profession.

As the founding chairman of the IASB, he led the way in establishing International Financial Reporting Standards in over 100 countries across the globe while striving to achieve convergence with U.S. GAAP. Last week, he was named chairman of the London-based International Valuation Standards Council (see Tweedie to Chair Int’l Valuation Standards Council).

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