Postlethwaite & Netterville Admits Four New Directors

Baton Rouge, La.-based Postlethwaite & Netterville APAC (P&N) (FY15 net revenue of $53.2 million) has admitted four professionals to director.

Tabatha Broussard is a director in the Baton Rouge tax department. She joined P&N in 2004 as a tax staff accountant. Her areas of practice include individual, partnership and corporate taxation as well as tax planning and research. She works with clients in industries such as oil and gas, insurance and others.

John Piland is a director in the Baton Rouge tax department. He joined the firm in 2014. Prior to P&N, Piland was a shareholder in a CPA firm and a CFO for a mortgage servicing and commercial real estate company. He has extensive experience in tax structures for business transactions and works with privately held businesses, multi-state businesses and consolidated entities.

Brandy Smith is a director in the New Orleans area audit department. She joined P&N in 2004 as a staff auditor. She has substantial audit experience working with entities in diverse industries, including health care, non-profits, governmental and general commercial entities.

Laura Soileau is a director in the consulting department in Baton Rouge. She joined the firm in 2010 as a consulting manager. She is a leader in P&N’s control and risk advisory group, where she provides services related to internal controls, risk management, regulatory compliance and others for clients in a wide variety of industries.