Lutz Lays Out Leadership Transition Plan


Omaha, Neb.-based IPA 100 firm Lutz (FY21 net revenue of $65.4 million) has mapped out a leadership succession plan that will see current managing shareholder and chair of the board Mark Duren transitioning his responsibilities to Ryan Cook over the next three years. Cook is the current president of Lutz’s largest division, Lutz Accounting.


“As my term as managing shareholder nears its end, I am proud of where Lutz is today and excited for the firm’s future,” says Duren, who started at Lutz in 1992 and has served as managing shareholder since 2015. “For the next three years, I am fully committed to collaborating closely with Ryan and the members of Lutz’s board to keep pushing forward with our strategic vision of fostering both internal and external growth, nurturing the next wave of leaders, delivering exceptional service to our clients and giving back to the communities we serve.”

The firm also announced that Ron Nebbia will begin transitioning his duties as president of Lutz’s financial, M&A, talent and tech divisions over the next two years to various existing leaders within these divisions. Nebbia joined the firm in 1987, serving as a board member, managing internal operations and spearheading several new service offerings.


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