Hyams, Manzetti join Friedman LLP to launch governance, risk, and compliance services practice

Friedman LLP recently announced that Kevin Hyams and Peter Manzetti have joined Friedman LLP's New York City office as partner and director, respectively, of the firm's newly launched practice area: the Governance, Risk and Compliance Services (GRC) Practice.

Hyams comes to Friedman LLP with more than 30 years of experience assisting SEC registrants, privately held companies, and not-for-profit organizations to achieve and maintain governance, risk, and compliance frameworks and processes optimized for risk-mitigation and cost-efficiency. Prior to joining Friedman LLP, Manzetti led large-scale multinational Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) engagements for clients in a variety of industries, including retail, manufacturing, telecommunications, and publishing. Manzetti also is an accomplished management consultant and business analyst, with significant experience in both the public and private sectors.

"Kevin and Peter's combined expertise and experience will provide a solid base for our new practice group," said Managing Partner Bruce Madnick. "With their specialized knowledge and qualifications, they will help Friedman LLP broaden our client base while also enhancing our service offerings to our existing clients."

Friedman LLP's GRC practitioners provide advisory and implementation services designed to help clients mitigate risks to their must achieve business objectives, as well as identify and exploit cost-saving and revenue-generating opportunities.

About Friedman LLP:

Friedman LLP, Accountants and Advisors, is headquartered in New York City with offices in New Jersey and Long Island. Friedman LLP employs over 325 personnel, providing accounting, tax and consulting services to public and privately held companies. For further information, contact Diane Paoletta at (212) 842-7025.

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