(Wenatchee, WA – Mariette ‘Pete’ Luchini, CPA, ABV, a CPA valuation expert with Cordell, Neher & Company, PLLC has recently been awarded the Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) Credential by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The ABV Credential, established in 1998 by the AICPA, is granted to qualified CPAs with considerable professional experience in business valuation. The ABV is key to providing the training, education and support for Pete’s litigation support practice which includes working closely with attorneys in the divorce arena, wrongful termination and other damage calculations.
Pete met the requirements to earn the ABV credential, which include passing a rigorous exam, demonstrating significant business experience in the area of financial forensics as well as completing a minimum of 75 hours of life-long learning and education activities in the area of valuation. The ABV Credential is granted exclusively to CPAs who are members in good standing of the AICPA which binds them to the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct.
CPAs who have earned the ABV Credential must be recertified every three years to maintain their credential.
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Jenny A Fasching PHR, SPHR-CP