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Atlanta Business Chronicle's Annual Book of Lists

CRI continues to be highlighted in the Atlanta Business Chronicle's Annual Book of Lists. The ABC is widely recognized as a premier resource for business news in Atlanta. CRI's continued ranking on these lists accentuates our standing within the Atlanta and Georgia business community. Rankings include
  • 10th Largest Accounting Firm in the City of Atlanta for 2020,
  • 10th Largest Employee Benefits and Compensation Company in Atlanta for 2020, and
  • 5th Fastest Growing Accounting Firm by Revenue in the City of Atlanta (2019).

CRI Insights


  • 2022 Georgia Construction Finance Conference 

    CRI Partner Sam Clark will be presenting on key considerations for leases under the new leasing standards in Construction at the 2022 Georgia Construction Finance Conference on November 9, 2022.

  • Georgia Bankers Association President/CEO, Bank Counsel and Bank Accountant Conference

    CRI Partners Doug Mims and Hillary Collier will present and facilitate discussion of current accounting, auditing and regulatory topics as for of the Accountants Conference session on September 26, 2022. Such topics will include: Current Expected Credit Losses (CECL); changes to loan modification accounting; recent proposed regulatory guidance on Commercial Real Estate loan work outs; accounting for debt securities pre and post CECL implementation; and FDICIA transition.

  • Think & Thrive Women’s Business Expo

    CRI Partner Tiffany Orr and Pamela Hardister will run the CRI Sponsor booth during this Think and Thrive Women's business expo on August 25, 2022 at Oxford College. The two of them will be presenting CRI's services for business owners.

  • Community Bankers Association of Georgia – Advanced BSA/AML Compliance School

    CRI Partner Doug Mims will be presenting at the Community Bankers Association of GA Advanced BSA/AML Compliance School on August 22, 2022. As the Financial Institutions Sub-line Industry Leader and Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), Doug will be serving as a panelist throughout the session.

  • GA NW Business Network International – Referral Madness

    CRI Partner Tiffany Orr recently presented to the Northwest Georgia Chapter of Business Network International on the home office deduction and frequently asked questions regarding the subject.

  • Georgia Society of CPAs 2022 Financial Institutions Conference

    CRI Partners Doug Mims and Hillary Collier will be presenting an Accounting, Auditing (A&A) and Tax Update on October 20, 2022, that will provide a high level overview of the most timely relevant accounting and auditing standards impacting community financial institutions, as well as recent tax developments. In addition, the presenters will provide an update from the 2022 AICPA Conference on Banks and Savings Institutions being held in September 2022.

  • Business RadioX Podcast

    CRI Partner Jeff Hawkins was a recent guest on the Business RadioX Podcast where he discussed the environment for selling middle market businesses and the mergers & acquisitions environment generally. Jeff, and host John Ray, covered the pandemic’s effect on M&A activity in the last two years, including the wave of sales at year end 2021. Jeff also discussed the due diligence process a seller will encounter, a Quality of Earnings Report, the role of audited financials, and much more.

  • GSCPA 2022 Nonprofit Conference

    CRI Partners Karen Grosvenor and Aileen Bolger will be speaking at the GSCPA Nonprofit Conference on May 17, 2022. This discussion, titled "Not-for-Profits in a Post-Pandemic World, will encompass the changes that have permanently impacted programming, fundraising, and the workforce. 

  • 2022 M&A Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

    CRI Partner Jeff Hawkins will be presenting at the J.P. Morgan 2022 Mergers and Acquisitions: Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities webinar on March 16, 2022. This one hour presentation will focus on the aforementioned facets of M&A's from a macro perspective.

  • Ethics for Internal Auditors

    On October 6th, 2021, CRI Partner Doug Mims will be presenting “Ethics for Internal Auditors” alongside the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors via a virtual webinar. This webinar will provide an overview of the Institution of Internal Auditors Code of Ethics and considerations for demonstrating conformance to the principles of integrity, objectivity, confidentiality, and competency. Attendees can also learn more about the specifics of enterprise risk management (ERM) and regulatory compliance.

  • CECL: Recent Developments and Next Steps for Financial Institutions

    CRI Partner Doug Mims will be presenting via virtual webinar on behalf of the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors on September 27, 2021. This webinar will cover a summary of the impact of CECL to date, as well as an overview of the accounting and regulatory guidance. Additionally, the Weighted Average Remaining Maturities (WARM) method, the Interagency Policy Statement on the allowance for credit losses, and many more resources and tools will be discussed.

  • The IIA’s Three Lines Model: Basic Concepts and Practical Applications

    Next week, CRI Partner Doug Mims will participate in the Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors’ (ACUIA) webinar on July 21, 2021 that covers the Institute of Internal Auditor’s (IIA) Three Lines Model. Included in this presentation will be practical applications for financial institutions, the role of internal audit in the implementation of the new model and ongoing considerations for internal audit on a prospective basis.

  • The Future is Now: Innovative Workplace Solutions | Livable Buckhead

    This week, CRI Partner Bob Steinhardt will be co-presenting on “The Future is Now: Innovative Workplace Solutions” virtual webinar hosted by Livable Buckhead on June 24, 2021. Bob will be presenting on the tax ramifications of having remote workers and participating in a Q&A session at the end of the webinar.