Tony brings over 33 years of experience in accounting advisory, risk advisory, transaction services, and capital markets services to private and Fortune 500 public companies. Tony provides assistance and guidance to C-Suite executives and Boards of Directors at public companies and pre-IPO companies on accounting, auditing, SEC, and governance matters. Tony has led projects for clients including, technical accounting memos to the SEC, restatements, buy-side, sell-side deals, interim management, bankruptcies, initial public offerings, carve-outs, and accounting change projects.

Tony’s skills include technical accounting, SEC reporting, IPOs/SPACs, SOX evaluation, readiness, and remediation (including ICFR), interim management, restatements, bankruptcies, revenue recognition, business combinations, leases, assets and goodwill/intangibles impairments, TDRs, liability, loss contingency issues, and 1933/34 Act filing preparation assistance.

Before joining CFGI, Tony was a national partner in KPMG’s Accounting Advisory Services and Transactions Advisory Services practices. Tony has been an official with the SEC, the PCAOB, the FASB, and in two Big-4 national office practices where he focused on technical accounting issues and authored thought leadership. Tony is an alum of PwC and KPMG. Tony has served clients in the software, high-tech, health care, oil and gas, financial services, automotive, and telecommunication industries. He has led accounting advisory, bankruptcy, IPO, and restatement practices. Tony has led significant technical projects, including General Motors’ bankruptcy, ALCOA’s IFRS implementation, Laureate Education’s IPO readiness, International Rectifier’s Restatement, Qwest Communications’ Restatement, expert witness testimony on accounting, auditing, and SEC matters, assisting public companies with SEC whitepapers, and audit firms with PCAOB inspection issues.

Tony holds an MBA (Cum Laude) from Regis University, a BS (Summa Cum Laude) in Accounting from MSU Denver, and is an active CPA in Colorado and Virginia.