Tysons, VA – Steven Frank joins Dixon Hughes Goodman’s Metro DC Region from its office in Charlotte, North Carolina. As partner, Frank will be applying his 12 years of public accounting experience, including nine years of transaction advisory services experience, upholding the firm’s quality service it provides to its clients.
“We are excited about Steven’s move from our Charlotte headquarters to the Metro DC region,” states Scott Linch, Partner-in-Charge of Dixon Hughes Goodman’s national Private Equity and Transaction Advisory Services. “His move enhances our ability to serve private equity and transaction advisory clients located in the mid-Atlantic region.” Linch continued.
Frank’s primary focus is on the execution of buy-side and sell-side due diligence for clients in a variety of industries. He has gained significant transaction experience by providing advisory services for more than 100 transactions. “We are thrilled to have Steven join Dixon Hughes Goodman in our Metro DC Region,” said Regional Managing Partner Brian Carlton. “His extensive knowledge and engagement in the private equity industry will be a great benefit to our clients.”
Frank received both his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his Masters in Accounting from the University of North Carolina. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of North Carolina and a member of the North Carolina Association of CPAs. Outside of the office, Frank is active in many professional groups including the AICPA and the Association for Corporate Growth.
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