Chicago (Aug. 30, 2002) -- Denis Field has been elected to a second term as chairman and chief executive of BDO Seidman, ranked eighth on Accounting Today's Top 100 Firms list with $420 million in 2001 revenue.

Field was 41 when he was first elected to the position in 2000, making him the youngest person to hold BDO's top post. Since then, he has led the firm on a rapid growth track that has included several strategic innovations, such as moving from a geographic operating structure to one centered around vertical, national business lines.

Denis Field has led BDO Seidman through a period of unprecedented growth. His motivational skills and ability to innovate around our core tax and audit services have re-energized the firm, producing new levels of growth and profitability," said Dennis Fusco, chairman of BDO's board of directors, which voted unanimously for Field's additional term.

Prior to his election in 2000, Field served as BDO's national tax director.

 -- Electronic Accountant Newswire staff

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