Frazier & Deeter Admits Four Partners

Heather Mullins

Heather Mullins

Atlanta-based Frazier & Deeter (FY14 net revenue of $61.6 million) has announced that four members of the firm have been admitted as partners: Heather Mullins, Bryce Nations, Monique Quindsland and Jason Sammons.

Mullins and Quindsland are partners in the audit practice, Nations is a partner in the tax practice and Sammons is a partner in the process, risk and governance practice.

“Frazier & Deeter is proud to have each of these accomplished professionals become part of our partnership team,” says MP Seth McDaniel. “Their exceptional skills, expertise and dedication to their clients make them assets for the firm as we continue to expand our client base on a national scale.”

Bryce Nations

Bryce Nations

Mullins brings more than 23 years of public accounting experience to the firm and is one of the leaders of the firm’s health care practice. She specializes in assisting clients with development of policies and procedures and internal controls over financial reporting, as well as performing and managing financial statement reviews and audits and other attestation engagements.

Nations has 12 years of experience in public accounting and is one of the leaders of the firm’s closely held businesses service group. He specializes in working with high-net-worth individuals and various flow-through business types. He has significant experience in the real estate industry.

Monique Quindsland

Monique Quindsland

Quindsland has over 15 years of experience and is one of the leaders of the firm’s employee benefit plan audit group providing audit, consulting and 5500 preparation services. She also specializes in audits, consulting and other attestation engagements in the real estate and hospitality industry.

Jason Sammons

Jason Sammons

Sammons has over 15 years of experience and is one of the leaders of the firm’s process, risk and governance practice. Working with a variety of public and private companies, he provides leadership and expertise to clients in areas such as internal audit outsourcing and co-sourcing, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, IT audit, governance and risk advisory, and SOC reporting (formerly SAS 70). He is highly skilled in the design and implementation of balanced and practical risk-based solutions for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of business processes, implementing risk management and internal control programs, and enhancing governance practices.