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The Bonadio Group

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KRISTEN CLARK has been appointed chief risk officer (CRO) at The Bonadio Group. She will oversee the firm’s client services and workforce education and development from her home base at the Syracuse office. As CRO, Clark will oversee risk management, quality of deliverables, and staff education firmwide to ensure the maintenance of client trust and satisfaction. Clark has served The Bonadio Group for decades in various leadership positions including management committee member, Syracuse office managing partner, and leader of the firm’s professional excellence division.

TODD KLABEN has been named regional managing partner for Bonadio’s Central New York Region. He will oversee staff in the firm’s CNY region. His role will also include managing the workforce’s DEI, community service, culture, and professional-development programs. Klaben has more than 20 years of experience performing and supervising accounting and tax engagements including audits, reviews, compilations, tax compliance, and consulting. He specializes in working with construction contractors, real-estate development, physician groups, and employee-benefit plans.

JAMIE CARD has been named industry leader for the Bonadio Group’s financial services segment. In this role, Card, who is based in the firm’s Syracuse office, is responsible for the growth, expansion, profitability, and determining where a financial-services client is served best within Bonadio. She works to identify new service-line opportunities and act as the firm leader for everything related to the financial-services industry. Card has more than 20 years of experience and her areas of expertise include: management-consulting services, including technical accounting, risk management and process improvement for both public (including SEC registrants) and non-public companies; assurance services including financial-statement audits, audits of internal control over financial reporting; commercial -loan review services; and mergers and acquisitions. 

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