Donald T. Nicolaisen, former SEC Chief Accountant, co-chair of the U.S. Treasury Advisory Commitee on the Auditing Profession, and member of the FASB-IASB Financial Crisis Advisory Group, and Dennis D. Dammerman, former vice chairman of the board and executive officer of General Electric Company, were named today as the 2009 inducteess to the FEI Hall of Fame. Read the FEI press release.
Now in its fourth year, the FEI Hall of Fame recognizes individuals who epitomize the performance, leadership and integrity of the most exemplary financial executives throughout their careers. See the list of past inductees.
Dammerman and Nicolaisen will be formally honored during an induction ceremony at the FEI Hall of Fame black tie Gala Dinner on November 16 at the New York Palace in New York City. The event will be hosted by CNBC correspondent Bob Pisani. Proceeds from the Gala benefit the work of the Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF), the research affiliate of FEI. Microsoft is the premier sponsor of the Hall of Fame Gala. Learn more about the FEI Hall of Fame, and register for the Gala event at http://www.feihall.org/
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