About Daniel

Daniel Roach is an Assurance partner in the Firm’s Portland, Maine office. He has more than 25 years of experience in public accounting, operations, investment banking and venture capital. He provides auditing and assurance services to clients in the financial services, software, biotechnology and manufacturing industries. In addition he works with the Marcum Transactions Support group on due diligence and quality of earnings reports and outsourced technical accounting and tax services.

Working closely with both publicly traded and privately held companies, Mr. Roach assists clients with initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, drafting financial statements and SEC filings, revenue recognition and complex debt and equity issues.

A recognized industry expert, Mr. Roach has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe and the Boston Business Journal on technology company issues and is a frequent speaker at technology industry events. In addition to his experience as a CPA, Mr. Roach worked in venture capital and investment banking. He spent several years at technology companies where he assisted in establishing their finance functions, build out manufacturing facilities and raising capital.

Professional & Civic Affiliations

  • Member of the Smaller Business Association of New England
  • Association for Corporate Growth
  • North Shore Technology Council
  • MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge, Former Board Member, Former Entrepreneurship Competition Judge
  • Maine Society of CPAs (MECPA)


Family and Closely Held Businesses
Raising Capital and Debt
Preparation for a Transaction
Public Company Reporting
Accounting for M&A Transactions
Complex Revenue Recognition
Stock Based Compensation and Complex Equity

Industry Focus

Manufacturing and Distribution
SaaS and Software Licensing
Medical Devices
Advanced Materials
Financial Services
Cannabis Industry
Initial Public Offerings
Mergers & Acquisitions
Financial Statements
SEC Filings
Budgeting & Forecasting
Family and Closely Held Businesses


Master of Business Administration
Northeastern University

Bachelor of Arts, Economics
University of Rochester