The partners of super-regional firm Dixon Hughes Goodman have elected Matt Snow as their next CEO.

[IMGCAP(1)]Snow will take office on June 1, succeeding the current CEO, Ken Hughes, who will remain with the firm as chairman of the Executive Committee.

“I couldn’t be more excited about where we are heading as a firm,” said Snow. “We have a well-thought-out plan for the future, which not only incorporates the rich legacy of Dixon Hughes Goodman but also adapts for the future and the ever-changing needs of our profession.”

During his first 90 days as CEO, Snow will focus on traveling to the firm’s various regions to enhance his understanding of those markets and the business opportunities they present.

[IMGCAP(2)]Currently serving as the Charlotte regional managing partner, Snow joined DHG after serving for more than 20 years as an audit partner at a Big Four firm. He holds a BS from Wake Forest University.

“Matt is a proven visionary and has consistently demonstrated his passion for the success of the firm and its professionals,” said Hughes, who has been CEO since the firm was created by the merger of Southeast Top 100 Firms Dixon Odom and Crisp Hughes Evans in 2004. “I have the utmost confidence that his broad based client experience, leadership skills and collaborative approach will ensure that the strategic vision for the firm is carried on into the next generation.”

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