Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Dixon Hughes Goodman names new CEO

Charlotte-based accounting and advisory firm Dixon Hughes Goodman said Tuesday that it has named Matt Snow as its CEO, effective June 1.

Snow had previously been managing partner for the Charlotte region. In his time at the company, he's shepherded 100 new positions in Charlotte and extended the services the advisory division provides.

“I am humbled and honored to be given this opportunity. I couldn’t be more excited about where we are heading as a firm,” Snow said in a statement. “I’ve been in this career my whole working life, and since joining the firm seven years ago, these have been the best years of my professional career."

Dixon Hughes Goodman has more than 1,800 employees across 11 states and is one of the largest accounting and advisory firms in the country. Snow said he plans to spend the first 90 days as chief executive traveling to the firm's different offices to get to know the markets.


Anonymous said...

After reading the ML article on doubling the numbers for its brokers to get a $10k bonus, I found this article disappointing but not suprising.

>> You might think high-paying jobs at these agencies require special skills. Not so. At the OCC, secretaries make on average $79,182 per annum. Motor vehicle operators (the agency's limo drivers) at the FDIC earn $82,130. Human resources management trainees at the CFPB make $110,759 a year.