Ben Morgan joins Brown Smith Wallace as financial analyst

Ben Morgan joins Brown Smith Wallace LLC as a financial analyst in the Financial Advisory Services practice. His responsibilities include assisting with valuations, litigation support, and M&A advisory engagements.

Prior to joining Brown Smith Wallace full time, Morgan served as an intern at the firm. He also completed a finance internship for The Bodley Group's Steele Flood Stop System branch. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Finance and a minor in Accounting and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Miami. Morgan, a native of the area, currently resides in Town & Country, Missouri.

About Brown Smith Wallace:

The firm is the second-largest, locally owned full-service CPA and business advisory firm in Missouri with 200 employees. The firm has been nationally recognized as a "Firm to Watch" and a "Best Accounting Firm to Work For." For more information, visit www.bswllc.com or call (314) 983-1200.

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