AICPA Council Member Joins Whitman Business Advisors

Walter Brasch

Walter Brasch

Whitman Business Advisors (WBA) announced the addition of Walter Brasch as their newest consultant. Brasch brings more than 30 years of executive experience in the accounting and business advisory industry to Whitman Business Advisors. He possesses a successful track record in leadership roles at several top 100 CPA firms.

Before joining Whitman Business Advisors Brasch served as a partner and chief business development officer at New York-based PKF O’Connor Davies. Prior to that role he served as regional MP at Parente Beard LLC where he oversaw substantial revenue and profitability growth cultivating trusted long-standing relationships with CEOs, board chairs and other key decision-makers throughout the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area.

Brasch currently serves as a member of AICPA Council representing New Jersey CPA members and is the former President of the NJSCPAs. In addition to Practice Management consulting, strategic planning, growth initiatives and partner retreat facilitation, he will be helping WBA expand their newest service offering, the Practice Growth Multiplier(TM).

Phil Whitman, CEO and President of WBA shared his excitement over Walter joining the WBA team. “Walter could have joined another Top 100 firm in a leadership capacity and the choice he made in joining us makes me proud,” says Phil Whitman, CEO and President of WBA. “To have an AICPA Council member and former NJSCPA President as part of our team expands our ability not only to deliver the necessary messages of the changes CPAs need to make to remain relevant en mass, but an expansion of depth and breadth in our ability to deliver the services required as well.”

“I am thrilled to be partnering with Whitman Business Advisors,” said Brasch. “Being part of the WBA team gives me an opportunity to share my 30+ years of experience with CPA firms I have come to know over my career. The talent bench and six-pack of services offered by WBA is unparalleled in the industry.”