Washington D.C. CPA appointed to ed board of The Value Examiner

Duff & Phelps is pleased to announce that Bruce Dubinsky, Managing Director in our Dispute and Legal Management Consulting practice and leader of our Washington, D.C. Metro office, has been appointed to the Editorial Board of The Value Examiner, the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts’ (NACVA) professional development journal.  As a member of the Editorial Board, Bruce brings over 25 years of experience in dispute and financial consulting. 

NACVA is dedicated to the advancement of business valuation and financial forensics disciplines.  The association has spearheaded one of the most aggressive training development programs in the United States through its Consultants’ Training Institute division .   In addition, NACVA provides substantive research and software/database support to its membership, and is the nation’s leader in setting standards for the valuation industry.
NACVA’s Value Examiner is produced specifically for practitioners in the consulting disciplines and contains technical, thought-provoking, in-depth articles written for members of the consulting profession by practitioners and academics at the top of their respective fields. Each issue of The Value Examiner contains peer-reviewed articles drawn from the following consulting disciplines: business valuation, financial forensics, case law review, fraud deterrence and detection, mergers and acquisitions, exit planning strategies, intellectual property, and practice development.
Serving on The Value Examiner’s Editorial Board, Bruce will play an integral role in ensuring that the journal continues to provide consultants with timely, insightful content and is on the cutting edge of valuation and financial forensics issues.

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