Leawood, Kan.-based Mayer Hoffman McCann PC (MHM) (FY13 net revenue of $532 million) announced that Jeff Manwiller has been admitted as attest practice leader for the firm’s Bethesda and Columbia, Md., offices.
Manwiller succeeds Jeff Sabot, who is enjoying a lighter schedule focused solely on client service after 40 years with the Bethesda office. As attest practice leader, Manwiller assumes responsibilities for quality control, technical accounting and auditing matters, as well as practice growth and personnel development. He will maintain active client service and engagement management responsibilities.
Greg Allender, senior managing director, CBIZ MHM, says of Manwiller, “His passion for quality technical work, extensive experience in both for-profit and nonprofit/governmental financial services and commitment to client service will serve him and our clients well as he takes the reins from Jeff (Sabot).”
Manwiller has practiced public accounting for nearly 20 years, all with this firm, including serving the last six as an MHM shareholder and a CBIZ managing director in corporate services. He manages many of the office’s large commercial audits. He has experience and expertise with complex and specialized issues such as business combinations, fair value measurements, non-controlling interests, currency conversions and translations, foreign subsidiaries, international accounting issues and complex reviews and compilations.