Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) November 07, 2011
Andrea Gonzalez, CPA, has joined the firm’s Chicago office as a senior manager. Gonzalez will be part of the firm’s litigation and financial advisory services practice. She will head up the intellectual property valuation as well as the Chicago area venture capital and private equity business units at CCA.
“Andrea will be a valuable addition to the CCA team. Her experience in intellectual property valuation will allow us to grow that area of our practice and ensure that we continue to provide the highest level of service to our clients,” said Harry Cendrowski, founding member and managing director of CCA.
Gonzalez was a director in AlixPartners’ Financial Advisory Services group where she was responsible for managing and directing complex consulting engagements. She was most recently a forensic accountant in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Chicago division. There she managed complex financial fraud investigations with a focus on white collar crime and public corruption.
About the Cendrowski Companies
Cendrowski Corporate Advisors (http://www.cca-advisors.com) is a full-service financial consulting and litigation support firm with offices in Chicago, IL and Bloomfield Hills, MI. The firm specializes in business valuations, economic damages analyses, expert witness testimony, back and middle office operations, fraud investigation and deterrence engagements, and forensic accounting services. Affiliated companies include the tax and accounting firm of Cendrowski Selecky PC (http://www.cendsel.com) and the independent, multi-client family office firm of Prosperitas Group (http://www.prosperitasgroup.com). CCA works extensively with Chicago-area law firms, private and public companies, non-profits, banks, and government entities. Founding member Harry Cendrowski, CPA, ABV, CFF, CFE, CVA, CFD, CFFA, is the lead author of “Enterprise Risk Management and COSO: A Guide for Directors, Executives, and Practitioners” (Wiley 2009), “Private Equity: History, Governance, and Operations” (Wiley, 2008), and “The Handbook of Fraud Deterrence” (Wiley, 2006).
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