About Timothy

Timothy J. Landry is a partner in the Firm’s Quality Control and Technical Review Department. He provides guidance to Firm clients and professionals 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 20 years of experience, conducting, reviewing, and analyzing financial information for companies in the energy, manufacturing, distribution, bio-technology, and construction industries.

Mr. Landry offers an range of services to both publicly-held and private companies, including financial auditing and accounting, merger and acquisition due diligence, consolidations, implementation of new accounting pronouncements, and financial analysis. Mr. Landry provides assurance and business advisory services to publicly-traded companies and closely-held businesses with specialties in business combinations, financial instruments, reverse mergers and SEC reporting. Prior to joining the Marcum, Mr. Landry spent nine years at a “Big 4” accounting and consulting firm where he was for auditing companies in a variety of industries.

As a member of the Firm’s Quality Control and Professional Standards department, Mr. Landry collaborates with others to develop the Firm’s professional standards and consults on various accounting and regulatory matters for clients and other professionals in the Firm. Mr. Landry also assist in developing curriculum for the Firm’s training program and shares his expertise internally as an in-house instructor on various accounting, auditing and SEC reporting topics.

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 & Reporting
Complex Equity Transactions
Mergers & Acquisitions
Corporate Financial Advisory Services
Quality Control

Education

Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Southern Connecticut State University