October 23, 2020

Jim Schnurr

FASB Supports the SEC’s Commitment to Tiptoeing Around IFRS Adoption Indefinitely

This week, the AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments is going down in Washington and unfortunately I am missing it this year as I'm due in Dallas this week for AccountingWEB Live which is exponentially more exciting (or something). Today, SEC Chief Accountant Jim Schnurr reiterated the commission's commitment to pussyfooting around any […]

SEC Chief Accountant Suggests a Mysterious Plan D for IFRS

In remarks to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, SEC Chief Accountant Jim Schnurr floated a fourth, mysterious alternative to use of IFRS in the U.S. FEI reports: Schnurr described three possible alternative actions with respect to the use of IFRS by U.S. public companies that have been considered in that past: “Turning the […]

SEC Names a New Chief Accountant, You’ll Never Guess Where He Worked Before

Did you like that lame Upworthy headline? Did it get you to click on this? Sorry about that, you're about to be disappointed. The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced it has named James Schnurr as its chief accountant.  Mr. Schnurr will begin his new post in October.  He will replace Paul A. Beswick, who […]