BDO, New York, released a report, “The BDO 600: 2020 Study of Board Compensation Practices of 600 Mid-Market Public Companies,” which analyzes how middle-market companies are compensating their board directors. The report is available here
Steven Hart was hired as the first chief information officer at Janover, New York, where he will be expanding the firm’s information technology vision and strategy and overseeing all IT operations.
The National Conference of CPA Practitioners, Woodbury, elected officers and directors for the 2020-21 term. The NCCPAP officers, and their firms, are: president Mark Stewart, Jr., Feldstein & Stewart, LLP, New City, New York; executive vice president Frank Sands, Sands, Gililland & Company, Plano, Texas; vice president Scott Cheslowitz, Rothenberg & Peters, Great Neck, New York; vice president Frank Gallo, Gallo & Co., Jericho, New York; vice president Stephen Palmerio, Stephen Palmerio CPA, Broomall, Pennsylvania; secretary/treasurer Sandra Johnson, Johnson CPA, Bellmore, New York; immediate past president Neil Fishman, Fishman Associates CPAs, Boynton Beach, Florida. Serving as directors on the NCCPAP board are: Robert Brown, Kenneth Hauptman, William Oricchio, David Rothfeld, Michael Seidenberg, Matthew Taus, Irene Wachsler, Barry Zalk and Sanford Zinman.
CohnReznick, New York, announced a collaboration with Dealpath, a cloud-based deal management platform for the real estate industry, to build work-from-anywhere competencies for real estate investment teams.