Matt is an audit partner in Grant Thornton’s Atlantic Coast Territory, based out of the Baltimore Office. He is a member of the Atlantic Coast Territory’s Consumer and Industrial Products Practice leadership team, and is a leader with the China Business Group. Matt has been with Grant Thornton for over 14 years, based in the firm’s Baltimore office both before and after a three-year international assignment with Grant Thornton China based in Shanghai.
During his time with the firm, he has served on a wide range of international audits from privately held international companies to SEC companies in the manufacturing, distribution, and government contracting industries, with revenues ranging from $30 million up to over $1 billion.
Matt spent three years on an international secondment to Shanghai, where he assisted various US-based manufacturing and distribution clients in their expansion into China, along with assisting with the accounting, auditing and financial reporting needs for clients with significant subsidiaries in China and in other parts of Asia.
Matt currently serves on the board of the Baltimore Community ToolBank and is the chairman of the Association for Corporate Growth’s Young Dealmakers Committee. He is a former board member of Acts4Youth and is actively involved with Central Presbyterian Church’s youth group. In 2015, he participated in a two-week volunteer trip to Guatemala with Accounting for International Development to help them with their budgeting and strategic planning.
Professional qualifications and memberships
Certified Public Accountant — Maryland
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) — Member
Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants (MACPA) — Member
Baltimore Community ToolBank — Board member
Association for Corporate Growth’s Young Dealmakers Committee — Chairman
Loyola University — MBA
Villanova University — BS in Accounting
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