Regier Carr & Monroe (RCM Tulsa) Expands Its Tax & Audit Team
TULSA, OK. (March 01, 2018) – Regier Carr & Monroe (RCM Tulsa) announces the promotion of two tax and accounting professionals that will work out of the Tulsa office.
RCM has elevated Kenneth L. Thompson, CPA to partner. Ken joined the Firm in January 2017 coming from his practice in Oklahoma City that specialized in entrepreneur small businesses, restaurants, real estate development, commercial real estate and residential construction. He also had a sizeable part of his practice devoted to running a “family office” for a high net worth family. Ken’s primary client focus has been high net worth family’s and entrepreneurs that desire to become high net worth individuals. His focus on driving family wealth for his clients stems from his BBA in Finance from the University of Oklahoma. Ken likes to say he is a “CPA” by accident and not by design. As finance is focused on the future while accounting assesses the past, this different perspective is what Ken provides to the RCM client base. Ken brings over twenty-four years of public accounting experience to the Firm in the practice areas of financial auditing, tax compliance and business process consulting. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants and Tulsa Estate Planning Forum. Ken has donated considerable time to two charitable organizations in the Oklahoma City area, but now is looking for new opportunities for community service the Tulsa area.
RCM has elevated C. Michael Humphrey, CPA to partner. Michael has been with the firm since July of 2012. Michael received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University, with a major in accounting. He began his public accounting career as in income tax preparer in Oklahoma City and became a company controller two years later. Michael then served as an audit manager for the Oklahoma State Auditor and Inspector for five years when he gained experience auditing state and county governments. Michael’s audit and accounting experience includes, Not-for-profit entities, business enterprises in the following industries: financial institutions, mortgage companies, engineering, energy and production, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, retail, and Governmental Entities such as: state and county government and Native American tribes, gaming and housing.