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Nick Scharfeld works in the firm’s assurance practice, specializing in Financial Services. He has accumulated substantial experience conducting the audits of investment companies. He also serves clients in evaluating their quality of earnings and cash flow, as well as reviewing a company’s operational effectiveness.

Nick has a background in valuating investment assets, and his clients appreciate that if gives him a different perspective. His ability to assess their exposure to investment risk adds value to many assurance engagements.

Nick’s career includes four years in the private equity industry, working for The Carlyle Group in Washington, DC. While at Carlyle, Nick participated in and supervised all areas of financial reporting, fund operations, and investor relations on Carlyle’s largest buyout funds. His profession began in the assurance practice at PwC, specializing in the area of Financial Services. He supported both public and private clients in banking and capital markets, as well as within the private equity industry.

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