Schneider Downs expands team

Schneider Downs, an accounting and business advisory firm with offices in Pittsburgh, PA and Columbus, OH, announces that Charles Oshurak, CPA and Scott Meyers, CPA have been appointed to the position of Senior Audit Manager with Schneider Downs & Co., Inc. and Patrick W. Fisher, CFA has been appointed to the position of Investment Advisor with Schneider Downs Wealth Management Advisors.

Oshruak has significant experience working on a variety of technical accounting, auditing, reporting, and business-related issues for local and national SEC, private, and nonprofit organizations, including reviews of their internal control structure. Oshurak is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Meyers has experience serving privately held and publicly traded middle-market companies in the manufacturing, construction, industrial products, oil and gas, service and high-tech industries. Meyers is a graduate of Grove City College.

Fisher has more than 13 years of investment experience, including more than seven years of setting policy, conducting research, and monitoring the risk/return profiles of investment client portfolios. He earned the Charter Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the CFA Society of Pittsburgh. Fisher holds an M.B.A. from Duquesne University and has degrees in Accounting and English from West Virginia University.

For more information about Charles Oshurak, Scott Meyers or Patrick Fisher, please contact Karlye Rowles at 412.697.5264 or knrowles@schneiderdowns.com.

About Schneider Downs
Schneider Downs is the fourth-largest public accounting and business advisory firm in Western Pennsylvania and one of the 50 largest public accounting firms in the United States. The firm offers 75 services from five business units: Assurance and Tax Advisors, Business Advisors, Technology Advisors, Wealth Management Advisors, and Corporate Finance Advisors. With offices in Pittsburgh and Columbus, Schneider Downs serves clients in the tri-state area and beyond.

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