HOUSTON, Texas – Compton & Wendler, P.C. is pleased to announce that certified public accountant Lauren Walaszczyk has joined the firm, where she will focus on forensic accounting and litigation support. Ms. Walaszczyk comes to Compton & Wendler from Ernest & Young where she was a very highly regarded member of their commodities markets group.
This is an important addition to the firm, and great news for the clients we represent in fraud investigations, breach of contracts and other areas of litigation support, said Jeff Compton, shareholder at Compton & Wendler. Lauren is a dedicated accountant who represents the best in the business, and we’re grateful to have her level of expertise on our team. Ms. Walaszczyk graduated with honors from Florida State University and the University of Notre Dame. It was while working on her Master of Science in Accountancy at Notre Dame that Ms. Walaszczyk took an interest in forensic and litigation work. One of my favorite professors at Notre Dame had done the same kind of work for the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, Ms. Walaszczyk said. It’s an honor to be a part of the Compton & Wendler forensic accounting team. Their acumen and expertise is unmatched. In 2015, Ms. Walaszczyk scored among the top 10 on the Texas CPA exam. The Houston-area native is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.Compton & Wendler, a peer-reviewed public accounting firm, provides extensive experience in all areas of forensic accounting and tax consulting to domestic and international clients. Based in Houston, Texas, the firm’s scope of representation includes business valuations, fraud investigations and testifying as expert witnesses. The firm also has an active tax planning and compliance practice and frequently serves as a receiver or trustee. To learn more about Compton & Wendler’s areas of expertise, visit: http://cw-cpa.com/Services.
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