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Eide Bailly secures new managing partner

Jeremy Hauk will take over the role from Dave Stende, who will retire after nearly 40 years at Eide Bailly and nine years at the helm

Eide Bailly recently revealed that it approved Jeremy Hauk to become the next managing partner/CEO of the firm, with effect form May 1 2022.

He will take over the role from Dave Stende, who will retire after nearly 40 years at Eide Bailly and nine years at the helm.

Hauk is currently the partner-in-charge of tax services at Eide Bailly and has also served as chairman of the board of directors.

Since joining the firm, he has provided tax, consulting and business advisory services to a diverse group of clients from a wide range of industries, including financial institutions, real estate, dentist and physician groups, as well as income tax and estate planning for individuals.

He said: “I’m honored and excited to be chosen as the next leader of Eide Bailly, our firm has become stronger than ever under Dave’s leadership, and I plan to continue developing our firm resources and investing in the technology and people that will drive us forward.

“In addition, I believe the Managing Partner/CEO is the custodian of the firm’s culture, and I will continue to ensure the culture and values that define our firm will be at the core of all our decisions.”

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