Mark Gibbs, CPA, CGMA, is managing partner of Redpath and Company and has been with the firm since 1986. He continues to serve as a client manager and has extensive experience in commercial audit services. In recent years, he has spent considerable time working on merger and acquisition due diligence on both the seller side and buyer side with his clients, as well as with private equity firms. He has been a member of the board of directors since 2006 and was named managing partner in 2014.
Mark Gibbs, CPA, CGMA
AICPA G400 Practice Advisory Group
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants
FORGE, an alliance of professionals focusing on accelerating manufacturer and distribution growth
Church of Nativity of Our Lord, finance committee chair
James J. Hill Center, Board of Directors, finance committee member
Gateway Bank, board of directors
Allied Executives, peer group professional team member
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