Not just another audit firm.
How much value are you getting from your audit firm?
A one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t benefit your organization. That’s why Wipfli approaches financial statement audits with a risk-based mindset customized to each financial institution. Our experience and insights add value to every interaction, enhancing your operations and processes.
In fact, we’re known for our deep industry knowledge and quality client service. Having performed hundreds of financial statement audits for banks and credit unions, our professionals have the experience to help you meet shareholder expectations and regulatory deadlines, as well as provide assurance to your stakeholders. We also proactively advise on financial reporting and internal control issues. At Wipfli, we have an entire practice of experienced professionals dedicated to serving financial institutions and keeping you up to date on regulatory changes, key industry issues and what’s on the horizon.
Get more out of your audit. Contact Wipfli to discuss your assurance needs and to begin developing an approach specific to your institution.
Featured Thought Leader
Nick G. Ansley, CPA
Nick Ansley is a partner who brings more than 15 years of invaluable experience to financial institution clients. He has particular expertise with external audit and accounting and control issues that specifically impact financial institutions. Nick also has extensive commercial loan review experience. He has worked with large banks to develop internal control narratives and testing programs to assist them with FDICIA compliance requirements. Bringing additional value to his clients, Nick also assists with various agreed-upon procedure engagements and internal control reviews.
Brett D. Schwantes, CPA
Brett Schwantes has over 25 years of experience working closely with financial institutions and is the leader of the Audit and Accounting Committee for the financial institutions practice of Wipfli LLP and a member of Wipfli’s Accounting Standards Advisory Group. He advises clients on various unique and complex issues such as derivatives, fair value measurements of financial instruments, and the new CECL accounting standard. Brett also consults with clients on the impact of new accounting standards and how best to implement them to avoid negative consequences whenever possible.