Georgia CPA firm adds Katzmark to audit team
The Atlanta office of public accounting firm Carr, Riggs & Ingram, LLC, one of the Southeast’s ‘Top Four’ accounting and business consulting firms and a top 40 firm nationally, has announced the addition of Matthew Katzmark as an audit senior at the firm.
In his new role, Katzmark will work on CRI’s growing audit practice, serving both private and publicly traded companies. His assignments will include audits of not-for-profit organizations, manufacturing and distribution/logistics organizations, and closely-held businesses.
A native of St. Paul, Minnesota, Katzmark holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Mercer and a Masters degree in Public Administration with an emphasis in Accounting from Georgia State University. He joins Carr, Riggs & Ingram-Atlanta after spending three years with a Big Four accounting firm.
Mr. Katzmark is an active member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Georgia Society of CPAs, and holds his CPA designation in the state of Georgia. He is married and resides in Roswell, GA.
Carr, Riggs & Ingram (CRI) is ranked 34th in Public Accounting Report’s (PAR) top 100 firms in the nation and 4th in the Southeast region. Today, CRI employs nearly 500 professionals in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee, and is recognized as one of the fastest-growing firms in the United States.
Carr, Riggs & Ingram LLC, has 16 offices across the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. One of the largest regional CPA firms headquartered in the Southeast, CRI offers comprehensive tax, audit, and consulting services to Southeastern businesses and individuals.
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