Maximize your tribe’s economic benefits while maintaining your tribal sovereignty.
Your tribe’s members, culture and sovereignty are your top priority when planning for the long term and making strategic decisions. And the consulting firm you enlist to support your goals should have the same passion and focus as you do. Work with a firm dedicated to your people, your growth and your prosperity. For over 30 years, Wipfli has empowered tribes to obtain their target results while best serving their members.
Engage the Wipfli team to grow your tribe’s revenue streams and economy, enhance the services you offer your members and improve the efficiency of your operations — all the while satisfying regulations set by the U.S. federal government. Whether your focus is on government operations or gaming, Wipfli has the accounting, business advisory and technology consulting resources to help ensure your tribe thrives well into the future.
Your tribe’s main priority is ensuring a high quality of life for your members, and being able to make the most informed decisions to their advantage is vital. Using Wipfli’s tribal government specialists, you can maximize economic benefits, satisfy federal guidelines, enhance the services you offer, create comprehensive strategic plans and partnerships and much more.
Changing markets, regulations and laws offer both challenges and opportunities for the tribal gaming industry. Enlist Wipfli’s experienced tribal gaming specialists to grow your assets, improve business performance, satisfy regulations and enhance your technology systems.
Featured Thought Leader
Grant Eve, CPA, CFE
Grant is a partner specializing in tribal and commercial gaming. He has several years of experience in working with tribal gaming organizations and commercial casinos in Nevada. Grant is a nationally recognized leader in the gaming industry and has authored numerous articles and been interviewed in industry publications.
Barnaby Allen, CPA
Barnaby Allen is an audit partner in the public company (SEC) services practice and the tribal gaming practice at Wipfli. With over 15 years in public accounting, he has a track record of helping companies tackle complex accounting issues, including revenue recognition, purchase accounting for acquisitions and share-based compensation. Barnaby has experience in working with large, multinational public and private companies across several industries, including manufacturing and casino gaming. He also has experience with initial public offerings.