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“I enjoy helping clients solve complex problems that require critical thinking and the ability to think outside the box to resolve accounting or internal control issues, as well as assisting clients in making smart business decisions.”

Christopher Boatcallie, CPA, CFE, CVA

Senior Manager, Business Advisory

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Christopher, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 3 years. I have 18 years of experience in accounting. I love working with clients in Professional Services and Manufacturing and Distribution , focusing on litigation support and forensic accounting . I am also a former Deputy United States Marshal and have experience working as a criminal investigator.

I appreciate my clients by reviewing internal controls and solving complex problems .

When I’m not at work, you can find me playing guitar or violin , shooting competitively , or training in martial arts .

“I enjoy helping clients solve complex problems that require critical thinking and the ability to think outside the box to resolve accounting or internal control issues, as well as assisting clients in making smart business decisions.”

Christopher Boatcallie, CPA, CFE, CVA

Senior Manager, Business Advisory

What I do for Clients

Hi, my name is Christopher, and I’ve worked for PKF Texas for 3 years. I have 18 years of experience in accounting. I love working with clients in Professional Services and Manufacturing and Distribution , focusing on litigation support and forensic accounting . I am also a former Deputy United States Marshal and have experience working as a criminal investigator.

I appreciate my clients by reviewing internal controls and solving complex problems .

When I’m not at work, you can find me playing guitar or violin , shooting competitively , or training in martial arts .

How do you help your clients make “Smart Business Decisions”?

A common mistake that consultants make is going into a situation and instantly changing something prematurely without fully understanding the client’s organization or needs. The first thing you have to do is to truly understand the client’s business and their needs. Determine what procedures and processes they are doing well. Find out their strengths, their weaknesses, and then help them recognize opportunities to turn those weaknesses into strengths. Then you can help them come to the realization of what the vision for their business is, set goals and establish steps to achieve that vision.

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