Kyle Pacheco, CPA, Senior Manager, Assurance Services

As a senior manager in the assurance services department, Kyle is responsible for managing a team of more than 30 individuals. He serves as the direct liaison between the partners, our professional staff, and the client. He is also responsible for overseeing all phases of the engagement, including planning, supervising staff, and financial statement preparation. Kyle has experience with numerous types of jobs from single location reports to reports involving multi-level consolidations. He is also part of our research, training, and implementation team in charge of researching GAAP and analyzing new accounting pronouncements and how they will affect our clients, along with providing them with assistance on how to implement the new accounting pronouncements. Most recently, Kyle has started to serve as a consultant for clients within the construction industry on a variety of projects including the evaluation of the effectiveness of internal control and the review and analysis of cost allocations to projects. Within the firm, Kyle serves as a mentor to lower-level staff, and previously served as a member of the Young Professionals Steering Committee at LGT.

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Financial ratios and KPIs for your construction company

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Topics: Construction, accounting

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