PKF O’Connor Davies Hires Michael Andriola as Partner
New York, NY (July 10, 2018) – PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP, the nation’s 29th largest accounting and advisory firm, announced today it has hired Michael Andriola. Andriola will serve as an engagement partner, planning and overseeing client engagements, including financial analysis and reporting, auditing, internal controls, budgeting, and strategic planning.
“We were impressed with Mike’s experience and commitment to delivering better results for the clients he serves,” said Kevin J. Keane, Managing Partner. “His knowledge will be an asset to the Firm, and we welcome him to his new leadership role on the PKF O’Connor Davies team.”
With more than 15 years of accounting, auditing and business advisory experience on the executive level, Andriola will serve as engagement partner, for clients in industries including construction, not-for-profit, and governmental entities. In addition to being a certified public accountant (CPA), Andriola is also a certified fraud examiner (CFE), certified construction industry financial professional (CCIFP) and a public school accountant (PSA).
“Throughout my career, my focus has always been on helping clients assess their financial health through rigorous audits and operational analyses that ultimately help them run their businesses better,” Andriola said. “I look forward to sharing what I’ve learned and collaborating with the respected team at PKF O’Connor Davies.”
Andriola has performed audits for public sector entities including various state authorities and New Jersey school boards. He also conducted forensic audits and developed risk-based audit strategies. In addition to his involvement in several professional accounting groups in New Jersey, he is an active member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Knights of Columbus and Mensa International.
PKF O’Connor Davies has nine offices in four states and continues to expand through organic growth and acquisitions in the Northeast and Washington, D.C. region. It’s supported this growth with a strategic combination of promoting from within coupled with tactical external hires.