Peter T. Brown named audit partner at Kirkland Albrecht & Fredrickson, PC
Massachusetts-based Kirkland Albrecht & Fredrickson, PC (KAF) is pleased to announce that Peter T. Brown of Walpole, MA has recently been elected a partner of the firm.
In his role as partner, Brown is responsible for building the firm's relationship with clients. He will manage the accounting, auditing, and business services offered to KAF clients in the distribution, manufacturing, and construction industries, as well as continue his work with non-profit clients.
Brown joined KAF in the Fall of 2007; he was previously employed by a large Boston CPA firm. Brown's experience in the accounting and audit industry spans 18 years. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Originally from Walpole, Brown received a Bachelor's degree in Accounting from Bentley College in Waltham, MA. In his spare time he enjoys boating, coaching youth lacrosse, and activities with his family.
He and his wife Patricia make their home in Walpole with their three children.
"It is with great pleasure that we announce Peter as an audit engagement partner," said Kenneth Kirkland, partner of KAF Financial Group. "We are certain that his experience, knowledge, and commitment to excellence will assist us in our continual endeavor to deliver efficient and superior services to our clients."
About KAF Financial Group
Kirkland, Albrecht & Fredrickson, P.C. is headquartered in Braintree, MA and offers expertise and insight needed to develop innovative solutions to all of a client's financial needs. Services include Accounting & Audit, Financial Advisors, Tax Consulting & Compliance, Human Resources, Business Valuation, Management Consulting, and Business Transitions. For additional information please visit www.kafgroup.com or call 781-356-2000.
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