Arthur Bell Names Kucenski As Audit Director

Sep 27 2017 | 8:47pm ET

Alternative investment accounting and advisory firm Arthur Bell has strengthened its audit practice with the appointment of industry veteran Rob Kucenski as audit director in its New York office. 

Kucenski brings more than 15 years of experience to the firm, during which he has provided professional services to alternative investment vehicles for a diverse client base including hedge funds, private equity, real estate, commodity pools, and funds of funds.

He was most recently a senior manager with KPMG, according to his LinkedIn profile, and held a previous stint at Rothstein Kass focused on the alternative investment industry. 

In his new role, Kucenski works closely with investment advisers on evaluating their internal controls, along with their business processes and procedures as they relate to portfolio valuation and financial reporting, the company said in a statement. He also supervises, trains, and develops engagement teams and supports Arthur Bell’s business development process and internal innovations team. 

Formed in 1974 and headquartered in Baltimore, Arthur Bell is a specialist accounting and advisory firm that provides the hedge fund, managed futures, private equity, and high net-worth communities with audit and assurance, tax planning and compliance, performance analysis, investor representative, consulting, and family office services. 


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