Greg Giugliano is the Firm Wide Partner-in-Charge of the Assurance Services division and is based in the Firm's Long Island Office. Mr. Giugliano oversees the quality of the accounting and auditing practice, monitors SEC, PCAOB and FASB developments and is responsible for Firm policies and procedures. Mr. Giugliano also serves as a member of the AICPA SEC Regulations Committee which meets with the staff of the SEC on a quarterly basis.
With more than 25 years of experience, Mr. Giugliano has developed considerable expertise encompassing SEC regulations, accounting, auditing, business forecasting, international operations, mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, management consulting, and quality control. Mr. Giugliano has assisted numerous clients with the intricacies of becoming publicly traded and with the myriad of issues faced by today's SEC registrants, including capital raising, stock compensation, and revenue recognition.
Mr. Giugliano has been a frequent lecturer before professional groups, such as the New York State and Pennsylvania Bar Associations and the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, as well as numerous Marcum LLP sponsored programs. His subject matter has ranged from accounting for lawyers to technical SEC accounting and auditing updates. Mr. Giugliano has also performed Peer Reviews of other accounting firms under the auspices of the SEC Practice Section and Private Companies Practice Section of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Giugliano spent 14 years at a mid-sized, New York City-based regional accounting firm, including seven years as a Partner. He began his public accounting career at a "Big 4" firm working with SEC and other audit clients.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- Center for Audit Quality's SEC Regulations Committee
- New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)
- Financial Accounting Standards Committee, Former Member
- Nassau Chapter's Accounting and Auditing Procedures Committee
- Outreach House
Master of Business Administration, Accounting Pace University
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