Top-ranked accounting and consulting firm Citrin Cooperman has added corporate governance services to its roster. The New York-based firm has hired corporate governance veteran Michael Rhodes to lead the new practice, which will focus on offering Section 404 compliance and other corporate governance services to public, private and nonprofit companies. Citrin Cooperman doesn't offer attest services to publicly traded companies -- the firm gave up its Securities and Exchange Commission practice in 2002. Rhodes, who joined Citrin Cooperman as director of corporate governance, most recently worked at a large consulting firm where he focused on SOX compliance, business process reengineering, financial and accounting system implementation, and other CFO advisory services. Citrin Cooperman ranked No. 45 on the 2004 Accounting Today Top 100 Firms list with $31 million in revenue.

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