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Philip is a partner based in the Firm’s New York City office with more than 20 years of experience in public accounting. He provides audit and accounting services to a diversified group of clients in both the private and public sectors, including broker-dealers, alternative investments and SEC registered companies. Philip also has experience with employee benefit plan services, manufacturing, distribution and other commercial businesses. Specific to broker-dealers, he has experience across all lines of business conducted within the industry spanning from small introducing to large clearing firms.
Philip has assisted SEC registrants with various aspects of SEC reporting including S-1 filings, due diligence, carve out audits as well as mergers and acquisitions resulting in the review and filing of proxy statements. He has assisted SEC registrants raise tens of billions of dollars through the IPO process.
Philip is one of the authors of the 2013 – current versions of “PPC’s Practice Aids for Audits of Noncarrying Broker-Dealers,” a Thompson Reuters product used by CPA Firms. He also serves on the New York State Society of CPAs’ Stockbrokerage Committee, where he is a part of the technical hot-line team, and is a frequent speaker at broker-dealer conferences for the Foundation for Accounting Education.
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