United States

Jason A. Alexander

National Manufacturing Sector Leader

Areas of focus: Industrials

ABOUT JASON

In May 2021, Jason was appointed the national sector leader for the manufacturing practice of RSM US. In this role, he is responsible for one of RSM’s largest industry sectors across all of the firm’s service lines of consulting, tax and audit. He is responsible for setting and executing on the firm’s manufacturing strategy nationally. Jason also serves clients in the manufacturing, automotive, and chemicals sectors and has more than 15 years of experience serving multinational clients with a particular emphasis on SEC clients, Fortune 500 and middle market companies.

Jason has previously advised clients in the areas of accounting, risk management, mergers and acquisitions, process design and improvement, internal audit, regulatory compliance, internal and external financial reporting and information technology system implementation. He has a strong record of accomplishment related to people, team and practice development across North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia.

In January 2018, Jason was selected as an industrials senior analyst in RSM’s Industry Eminence Program, which positions its analysts to understand, predict and communicate economic, business and technology trends shaping the industries and sectors RSM serves.

Jason is a member of the board of directors of Junior Achievement of Greater Miami, previously served on the board of the RSM US Foundation, and has also served as RSM’s Southeast region culture, diversity and inclusion leader.

Professional Affiliations and Credentials

  • Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Member Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Member Institute of Internal Auditors
  • Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA)
  • Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), Member Information Systems Audit and Control Association

Education

  • Bachelor’s in Accounting, University of Detroit Mercy
  • Master’s in Taxation, Florida Atlantic University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Executive Certificate in Strategy and Innovation
  • The Wharton School - Wharton’s Executive Education, Business Analytics

Recent Perspectives

For middle market manufacturers, opportunity is in the cloud

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For middle market manufacturers, opportunity is in the cloud

Migrating to the cloud is more cost-efficient, scalable and secure than maintaining on-premises data and IT infrastructure.

How manufacturers can compete for talent in a tech centric world

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How manufacturers can compete for talent in a tech centric world

Companies need to embrace digital tools, understand demographic shifts in the workforce and develop intentional succession planning.

Conditions ripe for manufacturers, energy firms to make investments

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Conditions ripe for manufacturers, energy firms to make investments

Companies across the entire industrial space should assess what low interest rates mean for potential strategic investments

The top 7 manufacturing industry trends to watch

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The top 7 manufacturing industry trends to watch

From IT architecture to ESG issues, digital transformation is central to each of the key manufacturing trends RSM has identified.

Policy snapshot: Manufacturing

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Policy snapshot: Manufacturing

We expect Biden to be more supportive of free trade, even though Biden’s “Buy American” proposal does reflect protectionism.

2020 Election preview: Manufacturing

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2020 Election preview: Manufacturing

With the election approaching, RSM is looking at the economic stakes and the key issues for the manufacturing industry.

5 manufacturing trends to watch in 2020

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5 manufacturing trends to watch in 2020

The rising use of innovative technology and the uncertainty created by trade policies are among the trends worth watching this year.

Industry Outlook: Manufacturing

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Industry Outlook: Manufacturing

How can middle market manufacturers thrive amid an economic slowdown? Get key planning ideas to address this challenge.

How manufacturers can thrive during an economic slowdown

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How manufacturers can thrive during an economic slowdown

When there are signs of an economic slow-down in your business, the best approach is to pay attention—and plan for what may come.

8 critical business risk areas for manufacturing companies

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8 critical business risk areas for manufacturing companies

From talent to supply chain, manufacturers are facing a variety of risks in today’s marketplace. We break down the key areas to consider.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

To discuss how our team can help your business, contact us by phone 800-274-3978.


CONTACT JASON

+1 305 569 7990
jason.alexander@rsmus.com
Connect on Linkedin

 @jaalex53


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