Anglin, Reichmann, Snellgrove & Armstrong has appointed Ryan Campbell, Scott Hand, Jeremy Mosteller, and Brandon Smith as partners.
BlackLine, the provider of finance controls and automation software, has hired Mark Partin as chief financial officer. Prior to BlackLine, Partin was the CFO at Fiberlink Communications.
The Board of Trustees of Financial Accounting Foundation appointed Michael Granof of EY Distinguished Centennial Professor in the McCombs School of Business and the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin, to a second term as a member of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board. His term is effective from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2020. Guilmartin, DiPiro & Sokolowski has promoted Michael Kovaleski and Angela Paydos to managers.
Atlanta-based accounting firm, Moore Colson recently announced the winners of the firm’s coveted Peak Award for the third trimester 2014. The winners were Christina Quinones, Tax Manager and Brad Parker, Business Assurance Manager. The Moore Colson Peak Award is given to an individual each trimester, based on significant contributions to the firm and work performed that is considered above and beyond expectations or something unique that an individual brought to the firm which has made a significant impact.
Richard Tworek has joined Horwich Coleman Levin as director in the firm’s tax and business consulting division.
Lauren O’Hagan Browne has joined Maner Costerisan as an associate. Joseph Burelle joined the firm’s tax accounting team where he will assist in preparing individual and corporate tax returns. Karri Kempf joined the firm as an associate in the firm’s audit department.
MarksNelson made several promotions throughout the firm. Tara Miller, Jack Maier were promoted to supervisor in the Accounting Services department. Emily Baird, Crystal Anderson, Austin Gress, Hayley Doll, Philip Gilmor Jake Thomas, Jamie Morgan and Collin Koenig moved up to senior staff accountants.
Jennifer Faulkner, formerly an executive at Pfizer, has joined the New York Power Authority as senior vice president of internal audits. Faulkner will direct the Internal Audits program for NYPA and in that role she will oversee the preparation of the annual Internal Audit plan and direct the execution of internal audits that regularly evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of financial, information technology and operating controls. Momar Ndiaye has joined BDO Consulting as director in the firm’s Global Forensics practice in New York. Prior to BDO, Ndiaye served as an Investigations Team Leader for the Office of the Inspector General of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, where he addressed areas of noncompliance and responded to allegations of fraud and financial misconduct. Frank Fabozzi has been awarded the James R. Vertin Award by the CFA Institute Research Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that sponsors independent research for investors and investment professionals around the world. William O'Mara has been appointed as Global Head of Audit at KPMG International. He succeeds Larry Bradley who led the practice since 2013. Ted Gunther has joined CohnReznick LLP as a partner in the firm’s national Renewable Energy Industry Practice.
Steve Amigone, who is a principal and leader of DHG’s Transfer Pricing Services, has been named chair of the North America Tax & Fiscal Group for Praxity alliance. Praxity is a global alliance of independent accounting, tax and business consulting firms which enables members like DHG to deliver seamless global solutions to their clients. In 2015, Amigone will lead the North America Tax and Fiscal Group in an effort to expand knowledge sharing, leverage Praxity’s global resources and deploy international tax training.
David Wolfer has joined GBQ as a senior manager in the firm’s business development practice in the Cincinnati office.
Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP has named 32-year Office of the Comptroller of the Currency veteran John Wagner as a managing director in its anti-money laundering and sanctions consulting practice.
Cathleen Koch will join Ernst & Young LLP as a principal and will serve as the EY Americas Tax Policy Leader. Koch joins from the Office of Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid, where she served as Chief Advisor on tax and economic policy. In her new role, Koch will continue the development of the EY network of tax policy professionals across member firms in more than 30 countries in the Americas. The close coordination of these top tax policy professionals will help multinational clients stay informed and on the cutting edge of tax policy developments in the different countries in which they operate. Koch will also advise clients regarding US, Americas, and global tax policy matters.
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