Hemming Morse announces that Partner David Grisham (San Francisco) and Manager Nathan Fan (Los Angeles) have completed the California Society of Certified Public Accountants’ (CalCPA) Leadership Institute. Grisham and Fan join several past Hemming Morse Leadership Institute graduates, including Partners Travis Armstrong and Greg Regan, Principal Jodie Rolih and Managers Brian Repucci and Tatyana Shtyrkova.
CalCPA’s Leadership Institute provides members instruction on the specific skills necessary to grow into future leadership positions at CalCPA and in the profession more broadly. Participants grow as volunteers and businesses leaders and focus on improving leadership behavior, critical thinking and management skills. The class of 2015-16 was recently honored at the January CalCPA Council meeting.
“Hemming Morse has a rich tradition of fostering personal and career growth among our team members, as we know industry and community leadership skills translate to well-rounded professionals who provide the highest level of client service,” said Hemming Morse Managing Partner Greg McKinnon. “Congratulations to David and Nathan on this accomplishment!”
Grisham, who holds Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) credentials, has substantial forensic accounting experience in the areas of securities litigation, lost profits analyses, fraud investigations and SEC investigations. He has participated in the investigation of many complex litigation matters involving entities as diverse as commercial construction, high-tech, governmental, retail, financial institutions, petroleum and insurance. In addition to his participation in CalCPA’s Leadership Institute, Grisham serves on the Board of Directors of the organization’s San Francisco Chapter, where he is currently second vice president and will become first vice president in May, and is a state council member and member of the Economic Damages Section. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and Construction Financial Management Association. Grisham’s additional community and industry involvements include serving on the Accounting Advisory Board at Menlo College and being an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University. He earned his B.S. in Accounting from San Jose State University (1986).
Maintaining CPA, CFF and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credentials, Fan’s litigation consulting experience includes matters involving accounting principles, securities litigation, accountants’ professional liability, auditor malpractice, intellectual property disputes, business interruption claims and fraud examinations spanning a wide range of industries. He has also performed complex studies involving lost profit and reasonable royalty calculations, incremental profit analysis, product line profitability and evaluation of internal controls processes and documentation. In addition to his participation in CalCPA’s Leadership Institute, Fan is chair of the organization’s Los Angeles Chapter of the Forensic and Valuation Services Section and an at-large member of the Accounting Principles and Attestation Standards (AP&AS) statewide technical committee. He is also a member of the AICPA’s Forensic and Valuation Services Section, from which he was recently recognized with a “Standing Ovation” honor. Fan earned his B.A., with honors, from the University of California, Berkeley (2002).