Marcum & Kliegman LLP introduces new partner Alan J. Markowitz
Marcum & Kliegman LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, is pleased to announce that Alan J. Markowitz (51) has joined the firm as an audit partner and will be based in Marcum & Kliegman's New York City office. Alan has over 25 years of public accounting experience with extensive dealings in representing publicly-traded and privately-held companies in various accounting, business, and operational issues. "Throughout his career, Alan has worked on numerous initial public offerings for clients. He also has a great deal of experience in the manufacturing, distribution, real estate, technology, service, and biotech industries," states David C. Bukzin, the partner-in-charge of Marcum & Kliegman's SEC Practice Group. "He will be a tremendous asset to our growing SEC practice."
Prior to joining Marcum & Kliegman, Markowitz spent over 25 years at a large regional accounting firm where he served as an engagement partner on many of the firm's larger accounts. Markowitz holds a B.B.A. in Accounting and Finance from Temple University.
About Marcum & Kliegman LLP
In addition to its core accounting, audit and tax services, Marcum & Kliegman offers a multitude of comprehensive services including SEC compliance, information technology solutions, trust and estate planning and administration, financial and investment advisement, network security, back office support, personal financial management, litigation support and forensic accounting. The Firm ranks 24th in the nation, according to Public Accounting Report, 7th largest firm in the Northeast by Accounting Today and 1st on Long Island, according to Newsday and Long Island Business News. For more information, visit Marcum & Kliegman online at www.mkllp.com or contact Gordon L. Tepper at 631-414-4020 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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