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Kent Pummel Elected to NACVA Ethics Oversight Board

June 3, 2015

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Kent Pummel was recently elected to the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) Ethics Oversight Board (EOB). This is one of five boards that NACVA empowers to oversee the association’s activity in critical areas. Kent will serve a 3-year term, which begins June 1, 2015.

The EOB is charged with monitoring NACVA’s membership in regard to ethical and professional standards. The EOB’s responsibilities include creating policies for educating, monitoring, and enforcing compliance. The EOB’s duties also include facilitating awareness and enhancing the membership’s understanding of NACVA’s standards, and when necessary, investigating and determining whether a member or members have violated NACVA’s Standards.

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