Financial Reporting Executive Committee - FinREC
The Financial Reporting Executive Committee (FinREC), formerly known as the Accounting Standards Executive Committee (AcSEC), is a senior committee of the Institute for financial reporting. It is authorized to make public statements on behalf of the Institute on financial reporting matters without the clearance of either the Council or the board of directors of the Institute and to clear statements of other committees that include references to financial reporting positions.
The mission of FinREC is to determine the Institute's technical policies regarding financial reporting standards and to be the Institute's spokesbody on those matters, with the ultimate purpose of serving the public interest by improving financial reporting.
- View FinREC's positions on financial reporting matters in the FinREC Advocacy section of aicpa.org.
- Find out more about FinREC and its members: Access Facts about FinREC (PDF).
Meetings are open to the public except for sessions dealing with administrative or confidential matters, which are not open to the public. FinREC currently does not post meeting agendas or highlights.
Access FinREC positions to understand positions taken on accounting and financial reporting issues important to you.
- July 12-13, 2022
- September 13-14, 2022
- November 15-16, 2022
- January 10-11, 2023
- March 7-8, 2023
- May 9-10, 2023
- July 11-12, 2023
- September 12-13, 2023
- November 14-15, 2023
FinREC monitors and influences the form and content of pronouncements of bodies having authority over accounting and financial reporting standards, including FASB, FASAB, GASB, and the IASB, among others.
Members of FinREC
Angela Newell, Chair – BDO
Steve Belcher, MetLife
Mark Crowley - Deloitte & Touche LLP
Arthur Giterman – Nuance Communications
David Gonzales - Moody’s Investor Services
Rahul Gupta, Grant Thornton
Melinda Henbest - Boeing Company
Shlomo Lang, BKD
Scott Lehman - Crowe LLP
Raj Mehra - Freedom Bank
Esther Mills, Accounting Policy Plus
Mark Northan - KPMG
Alexander Sannella - Rutgers Business School
Ryan Siurek - Biodesix
Ken Stoler - PricewaterhouseCoopers
Jacob Vossen - Moss Adams LLP
Chris White – Ernst & Young