About Timothy

Timothy Landry is a director in the Firm’s Quality Control and Technical Review Department. He provides guidance to firm professionals and clients on complex technical accounting and reporting issues. He is also a member of the Firm’s National SEC and Construction Industry Groups. He has over 18 years of experience, conducting, reviewing and analyzing financial information for companies that span a variety of industries including energy, manufacturing, distribution, construction, not-for-profit and employee benefit plans.

Mr. Landry offers an array of services to both publicly-held and private companies, such as financial auditing and accounting, merger and acquisition due diligence, consolidations, implementation of new accounting pronouncements and financial analysis. He has been involved in and assisted with initial Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) registrations, as well as ongoing SEC reporting and compliance requirements. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Landry spent nine years at a “Big 4” accounting and consulting firm where he was responsible for the audits of various companies in a variety of industries.

Mr. Landry shares his expertise internally to other Firm professionals as an advisor to professional staff on accounting and auditing matters and conducts seminars for staff training.

Professional & Civic Affiliations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • The Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants (CSCPA)
  • The Governor’s Prevention Partnership, Board Member and Chair of the Finance and Audit Committee

Articles, Seminars & Presentations

  • Are You Ready for an IPO?, SEC Insights, January 2017
  • Businesses Must Prep for New Revenue Recognition Rules, The Hartford Business Journal, July 2014
  • Revenue Recognition — Why Is It So Important?, Connecticut Innovations Resources, July 2014
  • Going Concerns – A Fresh Look, SEC Insights, March 2014
Subject Matter Expertise

Financial Reporting
SEC Requirements
Revenue Recognition
Multiple Element Arrangements
Mergers & Acquisitions
Financial Analysis


Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Southern Connecticut State University