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James Doty to Step Down as PCAOB Chairman, Will Help with Transition
August 17, 2017
James Doty, current chairman of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (“PCAOB”) of the Securities and Exchanges Commission (“SEC”), will step down once the commission has found his successor, according to an SEC announcement on August 11, 2017. Once that successor has been found and named, a date for Doty’s final day will be announced. The SEC has the authority to appoint PCAOB members under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.
Doty has been in office since 2011, and his term expired in 2015. During the early years of his term, he worked for investor protections.