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Crowe Horwath Announces Appointment of Associate Principals

January 15 2014
News Release
For Immediate Release

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Crowe Horwath Announces Appointment of New Associate Principals


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Brent Cheyne


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Paul Rosanowski

Crowe Horwath Nelson has recently promoted two new Associate Principals.

Paul Rosanowski who has been the firm’s Business Growth Advisor for over five years and Brent Cheyne, a senior accountant who has been with the firm, based in Richmond, for nearly 17 years and have been made Associates.

Managing Principal Darren Mark says the promotions are recognition for the hard work and respect both men have in the community and with their clients.

“Paul has been part of the leadership team for several years and has a reputation for solid and insightful advice in the areas of business growth, profitability, processes and governance. This new appointment cements his place as a senior advisor in the firm.

Brent is a hard-working, quiet achiever who is always looking out for his client’s best interests. His accounting knowledge is highly respected and his calm and thoughtful way of finding solutions is a huge asset to the firm’s senior team,” says Darren Mark.

Crowe Horwath Principals are: Darren Mark, Robert Williams, Mark Davies, John Murray, Andrew Smith and John Rollston. Paul Rosanowski and Brent Cheyne join the other Associate Principals – Bronwyn Monopoli and Simon Danson.

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