Robert L. Bunting

Robert Bunting, of Seattle, Washington, is the Chair of Moss Adams' International Services Group which provides tax, accounting, and advisory services to the Firm’s over 1,300 international clients. In November 2006 Bunting became Deputy President of the International Federation of Accountants. He also serves on the IFAC Board, Planning and Finance Committee, and International Liaison with Regulatory Bodies Committee. In November of 2008, he began a two-year term as the current President of IFAC.  IFAC serves as the global voice of the accounting profession serving over 2.5 million professional accountants, and acting as the global standards setter for auditing, ethics, education, and public sector financial reporting.

Bunting served as CEO of Moss Adams for 23 years stepping down from that role in June 2004. He is a past-chair of the AICPA Board of Directors, completing his term as Chairman in October 2005. Moss Adams is among the 11 largest accounting firms in the U.S. with 19 offices in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona, and New Mexico.

On May 16, 2009, Robert was inducted into the University of Idaho Hall of Fame. He is a College of Business and Economics graduate.

Interview with Robert Bunting