Michael Mignogna, CPA
Michael Mignogna serves as the treasurer of the FACC and has 17 years of accounting, auditing and financial reporting experience serving both public and private clients in the industrial manufacturing, chemicals, building products, and packaging sectors. He specializes in serving large multinational clients that have diverse organization structures, with challenging accounting, auditing, and reporting matters. He served a three-year assignment in Paris, France with responsibility for the coordination and delivery of the firm's audit and tax services across 25 countries for a large multinational client. He advises clients on the accounting and reporting implications related to debt and equity offerings, tax restructurings, acquisitions and divestitures, and cost-reduction initiatives. His significant accounting, auditing, and financial reporting experience includes IFRS, US GAAP SOX internal controls compliance, and PCAOB standards. Michael also serves as the partner responsible for talent management and human resources within the Philadelphia market for the Consumer, Industrial Products, and Services practice.
Michael's relevant client experience includes Crown Holdings, Inc., Saint-Gobain Corporation, Graham Packaging, Braskem America, CPG International, Gardner Denver, E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, and Goodyear Tire & Rubber.
Michael earned his Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Purdue University. He is a Certified Public Accountant in Pennsylvania and Delaware
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