Emma Florea, Hernando Gomez Admitted as MBAF Principals

Emma Florea

Miami-based MBAF (FY18 net revenue of $133 million) announces that Emma Florea and Hernando Gomez have been admitted as principals, in the risk and transaction advisory practice and the litigation and valuation advisory department, respectively.

Hernando Gomez

Jesus Socorro, managing principal of MBAF’s risk and transaction advisory practice, says Florea played a key role in launching the practice in 2014.

Florea, who is based in MBAF’s New York office, has significant IPO preparation and execution experience and has advised clients on complex, technical accounting matters. She also has a deep understanding of SEC reporting and internal control over financial reporting to comply with Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Additionally, Florea serves companies as part of due diligence and business integration engagements.

“Emma has proven to be an integral member of the risk and transaction advisory practice and serves as a subject matter resource for MBAF’s quality and risk management function,” says CEO Tony Argiz.

Gomez has over 20 years of experience advising local and international companies and entrepreneurs on issues such as business valuations, mergers and acquisitions, debt management, financial modeling and litigation support. His expertise spans a wide array of industries, and he has led seminars in over 20 countries and spoken at conferences worldwide.

“Hernando has proven to be an invaluable member of his department; his diverse skillsets, dedication to the firm’s workplace culture and community involvement has bettered MBAF as a whole,” says Argiz.

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