Mauldin & Jenkins Names New MP, Admits New Partners

Atlanta-based Mauldin & Jenkins (FY09 net revenue of $32.2 million) named Donald Luker the firm’s new MP. Luker is replacing Elton Wolf.

“I am proud to be given the opportunity to lead Mauldin & Jenkins, especially in these difficult times, says Luker. Our focus on providing quality service for our clients and growth opportunities for our partners and staff has proven to work in good times and challenging times. It is the challenging times that often provide the most opportunity. Our clients need us now more than ever and we want to be a major part of their success.”

Luker joined Mauldin & Jenkins in 1981 as a staff accountant. Since 1982, he has served the firm’s financial institution clients and has held leadership positions, including partner-in-charge of the firm’s Atlanta office from 2000 until 2008, PIC of the firm’s bank consulting practice from 1996 until 2000 and deputy managing partner from 2003 until 2009. He also has served six three year terms on the firm’s Board of Directors/Executive Committee.

The firm also named Greg Morgan as PIC of the firm’s Atlanta office. Also admitted to partner were William Curtis, Birmingham, Ala., Douglas Moses, Atlanta, and Christy Tinsley, Albany, Ga.