Former IFAC president joins APESB

Former International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) president, Rachel Grimes, has joined the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards board (APESB) as director, effective 1 February.

Grimes would bring over 25 years’ experience in financial services to her new role, including roles at PwC, BT Financial Group and Westpac, where she was director of mergers and acquisitions and was currently chief financial officer, technology, finance transformation and operations.

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APESB chair, Nancy Milne, said she looked forward to Grimes’ insights and contributions, particularly from her global knowledge of issues facing the accounting profession and the impact of technology.

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