Andrew Usery , CPA, CIA, CMA, CFM

Senior Manager, Audit

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Education

University of Tennessee at Martin, Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and majors in Accounting and Finance-Economics; Summa cum laude

Andrew Usery is a Senior Manager with the LBMC Audit and Advisory practice.

Andrew’s experience includes manufacturing, wholesale, distribution, retail, service, construction, broker-dealer, insurance, employee benefit plan, and Sarbanes Oxley internal control matters. His previous experience includes serving as a Supervisor of Assurance Services with a regional accounting firm, Project Financial Analyst with a public company partnering with a national consulting firm, and as an Audit Senior with the Nashville office of Deloitte & Touche, LLP.

Andrew frequently manages assurance engagements – audits, reviews, and compilations – of privately (family owned, private-equity backed, and other closely) held entities. Andrew also manages internal audit and consulting engagements, with emphasis on assessing, documenting, testing, and/or designing financial processes and internal control environments. Andrew also leads forensic accounting and financial statement restatement engagements.

Experience

  • Mergers, acquisition, and restructuring accounting
  • Consolidations of domestic and foreign entities
  • Group audits of domestic and foreign-owned entities
  • Internal control and risk assessments
  • Policies and procedures/accounting manuals
  • Fraud investigations and restatements
  • A firm leader in the use of data mining, statistics, and file conversion software
  • Inventory management and valuation
  • Research and implementation of new accounting standards
  • Quality control reviews
  • Oversight of department scheduling
  • Public company quarterly reviews and integrated audits (SEC reporting)

Certifications

  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)
  • Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
  • Certified Financial Manager (CFM)

Thought Leadership

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