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Greg is a senior member of Plante Moran’s Professional Standards Team and is responsible for development and maintenance of the firm's quality control policies, procedures, manuals, audit training, and the pre-issuance quality review of financial statements and other attest reports.  

Greg has served as our lead technical specialist in SEC matters and is also the concurring review partner for numerous SEC engagements.

Greg’s experience led to his appointment to the Professional Practice Executive Committee (PPEC), a committee of the Center for Audit Quality (CAQ). The PPEC provides a forum for member firms to express their views on technical and regulatory matters involving practice before the SEC and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). It also serves as a liaison with the SEC, PCAOB, and others to communicate member firms’ views on SEC and PCAOB matters.
Greg also serves on the CAQ’s Smaller Firms Task Force, which is made up of technical leaders in firms other than the Big 4. The task force focuses on the communication of SEC/PCAOB developments, the sharing of best practices in the middle market, and advancing constructive suggestions for change rooted in the profession's core values of independence, integrity, and objectivity.

Greg has more than 30 years of experience supervising numerous accounting, audit, and tax engagements, including financial services (banking, leasing, consumer finance), service organizations, manufacturers, not-for-profit organizations, construction contractors, and retail.  He is experienced with closely-held companies, private equity owned and SEC registrants.  He also has significant experience in litigation support services for accounting and auditing matters, financial projections, and general business planning.

Greg has a B.A. in accounting from Michigan State University.

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