Denunciation of Kumtor agreement will negatively influence on investment climate of Kyrgyzstan, head of public oversight board at Ministry of Finances Azamat Akeleev said on April 24.
What does POB stand for?
POB stands for Public Oversight Board
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We have 52 other meanings of POB in our Acronym Attic
- Price of Blood
- Prince of Belvedair (Bushido album)
- Principles Of Business
- Product of Boredom (webcomic)
- Professional Office Building
- Professional Oversight Board (UK FRC)
- Projection Optics Box
- Protected Outlet Box
- Psychological Operations Battalion
- Public Order Battalion (Iraq)
- 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)
- Professional Oversight Board for Accountancy (now Professional Oversight Board; UK)
- Proof Of Biological Activity
- Protection of Badgers Act (UK)
- Powered Balloon
- Profit Oriented Bandwidth Allocation Method
Samples in periodicals archive:
From 1989 to 2002, Sullivan was head of the Public Oversight Board (POB), a private-sector entity that played a critical role in self-regulation of the auditing profession until the SEC established the PCAOB in 2002.
The proposed SASs were developed in response to the report of the Public Oversight Board Panel on Audit Effectiveness, an extensive study of audit performance with related recommendations to constituents, including recommendations to the ASB to increase the rigor and specificity of auditing standards in various areas.
In 1994, a special blue-ribbon task force of the Public Oversight Board emphasized that auditors should consider the board of directors as their client--not management.
IN MORE ENRON FALLOUT, THE FIVE-MEMBER PUBLIC OVERSIGHT BOARD (POB) voted unanimously to "terminate its existence" by the end of this month.
The Public Oversight Board states, "This could significantly hamper the ability of small companies to grow, create jobs and develop imaginative products and services, all of which would be a severe national deterrent, since small companies created more than half of all new jobs in the last decade.