LBMC, a top 50 accountancy firm, has named Nicole Jeppesen and Brian Marynowitz as the company’s newest shareholders in the firm’s tax and transaction advisory services consulting practices.
Jeppesen has more than 16 years of public accounting experience and focuses on tax compliance and planning for high-net wealth individuals and families, their related investment entities and trusts, as well as closely-held businesses and their owners.
Jeppesen joined LBMC’s tax practice in 2015 and also has “substantial experience working with physician practices”. She is a member of the Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute, Chattanooga Tax Practitioners and Tennessee Society of CPAs, a board member-elect of Kiwanis Club and serves on the board of Ronald McDonald House.
Meanwhile, Marynowitz joined LBMC’s Transaction Advisory Services (TAS) practice in 2017, and plays a “key role” in the recruiting, onboarding and training of team members.
Jeff Drummonds, CEO at LBMC, said:“Having the depth of expertise with leaders like Nicole and Brian is critical in serving our clients at a high level. Nicole and Brian have proven their dedication to clients and team members alike during a challenging time for all, and I am proud to call them our newest shareholders.”