DARIEN, Conn. – Five Connecticut residents, including one from Darien, have been appointed to fill vacancies on the State Board of Accountancy, the panel responsible for licensing and regulating accountants in the state, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced.
“The State Board of Accountability plays a critical role in providing oversight and setting standards for this important profession,” Malloy said. “The personal and professional experiences of each of these appointees provides them with valuable perspective for this role, and will help guide them in carrying out their responsibilities on the Board of Accountancy.”
The following are the appointees, including the board’s chairman:
- John H. Schuyler of Simsbury (chairman) – Partner at Marcum
- Timothy F. Egan of Darien – Partner at KPMG
- Dannell R. Lyne of Trumbull – Tax Partner at Dylewsky, Goldberg & Brenner
- Marcia L. Marien of Norwich – Partner/CPA at O’Connor Davies
- Peter J. Niedermeyer of Simsbury – Partner, Director of Accounting and Auditing at Blum Shapiro & Co.
The board is within the Office of the Secretary of the State. It consists of nine members, including five accountants and four public members, all of whom are appointed by the governor, who receives recommendations from the Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants.
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