Accounting & Compliance International Adds To Team

Jun 2 2009 | 7:16pm ET

Accounting & Compliance International has hired Richard Nummi and John Borbone to head the firm’s compliance and registration consulting practice.

ACI delivers an array of regulatory, compliance, accounting and registration services to hedge funds, broker dealers, investment advisors and banks.

Nummi is a former attorney with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to joining ACI, he served as an executive consultant with NRS advising financial services firms on how to operate in a highly regulated environment.

Borbone, who is serving as the executive director of ACI’s business development and client relationship team, brings over 15 years of financial services experience in managing complex compliance projects. Through a variety of roles at NRS, Institutional Investor, Complinet and other consulting firms, Borbone has gained invaluable insight into the business processes, compliance issues and regulatory requirements impacting financial firms today.

“Rick and John’s depth of experience take ACI to a whole new level,” said Barbara Gettenberg, president of ACI. “Their complementary skills and depth of experience deliver direct, measurable benefit to our clients. We are thrilled to have them on our team.”

ACI’s offers broker dealer services, investment adviser and hedge fund registrations, compliance risk assessments, audits and full compliance and accounting outsourcing. 


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