And following her retirement she became chairman of the Professional Oversight Board - a body monitoring accountancy firms.
What does POB stand for?
POB stands for Professional Oversight Board (UK FRC)
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We have 52 other meanings of POB in our Acronym Attic
- Post Office Box
- PRADCO Outdoor Brands (Elton B. Stephens Company)
- Pre-Opening Budget (hotel management)
- Premium Online Business (New York, NY)
- Prevention of Blindness
- Price of Blood
- Prince of Belvedair (Bushido album)
- Principles Of Business
- Product of Boredom (webcomic)
- Professional Office Building
- Projection Optics Box
- Protected Outlet Box
- Psychological Operations Battalion
- Public Order Battalion (Iraq)
- Public Oversight Board
- Publication Orthopédique Biomécanique
- Perceptions, Opinions, Beliefs and Attitudes
- Plain Old Balloon Angioplasty
- Poetry of Black America (anthology)
- Prince of Bel-Air (TV character; aka Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)
Samples in periodicals archive:
These headline figures should make interesting reading for regulators," says Sally Percy, editor of Accountancy "The recent report from the Audit Inspection Unit of the Financial Reporting Council's Professional Oversight Board caused a stir when it criticised one of the big four accountancy firms for seeking to grow non-audit fees from its audit clients.
According to the 2008 report of the Financial Reporting Council's professional oversight board, CIMA had the highest year-on-year growth in UK membership compared with the other four UK-based accountancy institutes.
In the UK we are regulated by the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) through its Professional Oversight Board.
The new FRC incorporates five subsidiary companies: the Accounting Standards Board; the Auditing Practices Board; the Financial Reporting Review Panel; the Accountancy Discipline and Investigation Board; and the Professional Oversight Board for Accountancy.