Indianapolis (May 17, 2004) -- Top-ranked firm Crowe Chizek & Co. has named J. Kevin McGrath as managing executive of its Financial Institutions Group, succeeding Carl Bossung.
 
Bossung, who held the post for 15 years, will stay on serving clients and will maintain involvement in various firm-wide committees, Crowe Chizek said. During Bossung's tenure, FIG grew from $9 million to $57 million in revenue, from 70 to 350 staff, and from 200 to 1,000 clients, Crowe Chizek chief executive Mark Hildebrand noted.
 
McGrath, who has been with Crowe Chizek since 1976, is based in the firm's Indianapolis office. As managing executive, he will lead the 350-employee group, which serves more than 1,000 private and public financial institutions and financial services-related entities. Crowe Chizek ranks second nationally among accounting firms in the number of publicly traded financial institutions audited.
 
McGrath has more than 25 years of experience working with financial institutions, providing accounting, auditing and consulting advice. He is a past member of the American Institute of CPAs' National Committee for Banks and  its Performance Measurement Committee. McGrath also is a member of the Indiana CPA Society.
 
-- WebCPA staff

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