Bret Mills has been tapped as the new managing partner at Moore Colson in Atlanta. Mills initially joined the firm in 1991 and by 1993 he moved into the role of partner-in-charge in the firm’s tax practice.  

Mills succeeds Robert Kiser, who held on to the role of managing partner since 2009. Kiser will continue with the firm as a partner and will work with clients and advise the partner group.

“Bert provides a clear vision and a big shot of enthusiasm for the firm,” Bob Kiser said in a statement. “His desire to better serve our clients and attract top talent to the firm will lead Moore Colson well in to the future. We are in good hands with Bert at the helm.”

In his new role, Mills plans to retain and attract professionals who can provide unique solutions and ideas to the firm’s clients, owners and leaders. “We want to have the most industry knowledgeable accountants and business advisors in our market,” Mills said in a statement.

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