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William C. White IV

Senior Financial Executive, Kentucky, USA
William C. White IVWilliam C. White IV

William C. White IV is a senior financial executive with CFO, treasury, corporate development, accounting, and auditing experience in Fortune 500/FTSE 100 companies such as Brown-Forman, Humana, and British American Tobacco. He has extensive knowledge and practice in mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investment, production finance, and multinational audit functions. White earned a BS degree in accounting from the University of Kentucky and a master’s in management from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. He has written in-depth essays on finance and accounting and appeared in Business: The Ultimate Resource (Bloomsbury, 2002). He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

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  • The LIFO Conundrum: Convergence of US GAAP with IFRS and Its Implications on US Company Competitiveness
    by William C. White IV
    Since August 2008, when former Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) chairman, Christopher Cox, presented a timeline for public companies to transition away from US GAAP (generally accepted accounting principles) to (IFRS) international financial reporting standards, many executives and policy-makers have been concerned about the implications of the differences between the two standards of reporting. The goal of the SEC and the International...

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