Cook Wins POB Award


J. Michael Cook received the Public Oversight Board’s 2001 John J. McCloy Award for outstanding contributions to the auditing profession at the December AICPA National Conference on Current SEC Developments. POB Chairman Charles A. Bowsher presented the award to Cook, a former chairman of the Institute.

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