Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) Executive Committee 


A group of people represent the FVS Executive CommitteeThe Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) Executive Committee supports the AICPA by providing its members with information, advocacy, and leadership to enable them to perform valuable forensic and valuation services in the highest professional manner. It strives to gain recognition by the public as the premier providers of forensic and valuation services. The committee also assists in developing public statements made by AICPA in the area of forensic and valuation services. It provides guidance and establishes enforceable standards for members practicing in forensic and valuation services, determines Institute technical policies regarding FVS and serves as the Institute's official voice on those matters.  The Committee serves to promote the relevance of forensic accounting and valuation in the accounting profession to increase the awareness of as well as growth and demand for CPAs, or recognized equivalents, who provide these services.

 Forensic and Valuation Services Executive Committee
as of October 1, 2016

Annette Stalker, Chair
Stalker Forensics
Granite Bay, California

Lisa Criben
Wipfli, LLP
Green Bay, Wisconsin

William Fellows
Deloitte & Touche LLP
New York, New York

Jason Flemmons
Ankura Consulting Group
Washington, DC

Alexander Gershner
Stoneturn Group LLP
New York, New York

Robert Harris
Rehmann Robson LLC
Vero Beach, Florida

Ethan Lee
Pacific Business Valuation, LLC
Honolulu, Hawaii

Charles McGimsey
Windham Brannon PC
Atlanta, Georgia

Mark Zyla
Acuitas, Inc.
Atlanta, Georgia

Alan Zysman
Zysman Forensic Accounting Inc.
Toronto (Ontario), Canada

 

 

Barbara Andrews - AICPA Liaison - Durham, North Carolina
Eva Simpson - AICPA Liaison - Durham, North Carolina

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