The Financial Accounting Foundation appointed Daryl E. Buck and R. Harold Schroeder to the FASB board.


Buck was most recently senior vice president and CFO of Reasor’s Holding Co. in Tahlequah, Okla. Schroeder was a partner in Carlson Capital LP, in its Greenwich, Conn., office.


Buck has 18 years of private company experience in financial reporting, planning and analysis. He previously led audit engagements at Arthur Andersen & Co. for financial and industry clients, both public and private. He also served as a member of the Private Company Financial Reporting Committee, an advisory group to FASB, and as a member of the blue-ribbon panel on standard setting for private companies.


Schroeder has served over the last 30 years as a senior equity analyst, a CFO, and an audit partner at Ernst & Young. As a senior portfolio manager for the last 11 years, he oversaw financial services investments at Carlson Capital, a Dallas-based alternative asset management company with more than $6 billion of assets under management. He also served as a member of Carlson’s investment and management committees and as a member of FASB’s Emerging Issues Task Force.


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