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Frazier and Deeter appoints process, risk and governance principal

Adam Mark will bring with him over 16 years of accounting and advisory experience to his new position at the firm

Frazier and Deeter has announced that Adam Mark has joined the firm as a principal in the process, risk and governance (PRG) practice.

Mark will bring with him over 16 years of accounting and advisory experience to his new position at the firm.

In his previous roles, he has driven collaboration across three lines of defense, with a “multifaceted focus” on maturing an organization’s hindsight and oversight functions to provide more accurate insights to drive the business forward.

Additionally, he also taught organizations how to leverage technology and analytics to improve their foresight to “anticipate what is around the next curve”.

Sabrina Serafin, national practice leader of Frazier and Deeter process, risk and governance service line, said: “Adam makes an excellent addition to our leadership team. His skills and experience working with a diverse set of clients will expand Frazier and Deeter ability to meet the evolving demands of our business partners.”

Prior to joining the firm, Mark worked at Deloitte, where he was an active member in the Controls Advisory practice.

He has “deep experience” managing pre-IPO engagements to help organizations prepare for a more sustainable and smarter approach to going public.

Furthermore his understanding of the public company accounting oversight board allows him to help clients avoid “common pitfalls” that can cause “costly fire drills”.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mark said: “I’m excited to join a team with a strong reputation for client service. Frazier and Deeter’s unique positioning in the marketplace paired with their commitment to client innovation driven by the development of new technologies and their people is the perfect fit for me.”

 

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