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Aprio names new chief growth officer and director of advisory services

Atlanta, Georgia-based Aprio, a Morison KSi member firm, has named Lee Fields as chief growth officer and hired Marc Rosenkoetter as director of advisory services.

Lee Fields joined Aprio in 2013 to lead the firm’s advisory services group and was promoted to partner in 2017.

Marc Rosenkoetter has a wide range of experience, including entrepreneurship as a small business owner and, most recently, from The North Highland Company. In his role at Aprio, Rosenkoetter will drive the expansion of the CPA-led advisory firm.

He will develop Aprio’s transaction advisory services, financial consulting services, business technology consulting services, litigation support and forensic accounting, business valuation and data analytics practices.

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