New York (March 12, 2002) - Paul Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, who now heads the oversight board for embattled Big Five firm Andersen, called for the firm to separate its auditing and consulting services.

At a news conference here, Volcker's three-member Independent Oversight Board, said it would also reformat Andersen's internal structure to centralize authority over auditing decisions.

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