Manager, Construction and Real Estate Senior Analyst
Areas of focus: Real Estate
In May 2020, Nick was selected as a senior analyst in RSM’s cutting-edge Industry Eminence Program, which positions its senior analysts to understand, forecast and communicate economic, business and technology trends shaping the industries RSM serves. These senior analysts advise clients on conditions influencing middle market leaders. Nick’s focus is on the real estate industry.
Summary of experience
Nick has more than seven years of experience serving clients across the New England market by providing industry-specific insights that allows them stay at the forefront of the changes within their industry. He also provides audit and other advisory services, including financial statement audit services, attest engagement services and specific transaction related services.
Nick has worked with a variety of privately held clients, both family-owned and investor-owned, in the construction industry, including construction management companies, general contractors, subcontractors, utility contractors and material suppliers. Nick’s primary focus is on delivering timely, accurate and relevant information to his clients while also providing high-quality service on complex audit, accounting and operational matters by leading and directing engagements. This industry-specific focus has allowed Nick to become a first-choice advisor and to bring his clients valuable insights relevant to their businesses.
Professional Affiliations and Credentials
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bryant University
- Master of Professional Accountancy, Bryant University
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