Financial firm appoints principal
A financial services firm has promoted a 12-year employee to principal at its local office.
Rehmann said last month it named Kristin Hoogerwerf a principal at its Grand Rapids location.
Hoogerwerf has been with Rehmann since 2005.
“It’d be difficult to overstate Kristin’s impact in the firm,” said Randy Rupp, CEO, Rehmann. “We’re fortunate to have her on our team delivering business wisdom and more.”
Most recently, Hoogerwerf served as an audit senior manager for the firm.
During her time with Rehmann, Hoogerwerf has specialized in governmental and nonprofit auditing, federal award compliance and auditing, and internal controls consulting. Her client base includes public schools, counties, cities and other entities.
She's also a member of Rehmann’s government audit quality control subcommittee.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Hope College and is a CPA.
Headquartered in Troy, Rehmann said it’s ranked as the 30th-largest financial services firm in the U.S., with nearly 800 associates employed throughout Michigan, Ohio and Florida.
The firm provides services offered by CPAs and consultants, wealth advisors and corporate investigators via a “cross-functional team approach.”