Bellevue, WA- Matt Medlin, former managing director of Duff & Phelps in Washington D.C., has returned to Seattle and joined Clark Nuber as its newest shareholder. Clark Nuber is an award-winning public accounting and consulting firm headquartered in Bellevue, WA.
Medlin brings extensive public accounting experience in both auditing and forensics to Clark Nuber; he has served clients ranging from start-up technology businesses to mid-size public companies, to large global enterprises. Medlin was previously a partner with Arthur Andersen and KPMG.
Medlin received his B.A. from Eastern Washington University and has received executive management and leadership training at INSEAD (France) and IMD (Switzerland). He recently chaired the Accounting Advisory Council of George Mason University's School of Management.
He will be working in Clark Nuber's audit and assurance services group, focusing on privately held companies and collaborating with larger firms as they move toward the public markets. His primary emphasis will be on the firm's technology sector presence as well as expanding services in the general commercial market.
"I have known the Clark Nuber team for my entire career, and I have seen, first-hand, the firm's strong commitment to valuing its people and providing excellent client service," said Medlin.
"We are delighted to have Matt join us," Dave Katri, President and CEO said. "His addition will add depth to our growing commercial practice and accelerate our growth in the technology sector. We are pleased to add Matt's broad base of technical expertise to our firm."
Clark Nuber employs nearly 180 people with the expertise to provide business owners, leaders in not-for-profit organizations, as well as high net worth individuals, with a wide variety of services, including financial statement audits, federal, state, and international tax planning and compliance, business transition planning, financial planning, CFO/Controller/accounting services, and specialty audits including employee benefit plans and government grants.