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Membership in Professional Organizations -
     -National Association of Certified Valuators & Analysts 

      - ND Society of Certified Public Accountants
      -MN Society of Certified Public Accountants
     -AICPA Section Memberships
              - Taxation section
              - Forensic & Valuation section

   -American Institute of Certified Public Accountants -

            CPA - Certified Public Accountant
          CFF  - Certified in Financial Forensics 
          ABV - Accredited in Business Valuation
          CGMA - Charted Global Management Accountant

   - NACVA National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts - 

          MAFF™ - Master Analyst in Financial Forensics 

Mark E Larson with Mark E Larson, CPA PLLC has successfully completed the rigorous certification process with the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA®) to earn the Master Analyst in Financial Forensics (MAFF™) credential. 

“The Master Analyst in Financial Forensics credential is designed to provide assurance to the business and legal communities—the primary users of financial forensic consulting services—that the designee possesses a level of experience and knowledge deemed acceptable by the Association to provide competent and professional financial forensic consulting services,” stated NACVA’s Chief Executive Officer, Parnell Black, MBA, CPA, CVA.  “The designation is an indication to the professional community that Mark E Larson has met the Association’s rigorous standards of professionalism, expertise, objectivity, and integrity in the financial forensic consulting disciplines”.

Requirements to earn the MAFF designation include, being the holder of NACVA’s business valuation credential, Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA®), or a comparable industry credential, and experience with providing litigation consulting services.  Candidates must demonstrate proof of foundational experience in the financial forensics field.  The field, as NACVA has defined it, is comprised of seven specialty areas: commercial damages and lost profits; matrimonial litigation; bankruptcy, insolvency, and restructuring; business valuation in litigation; business and intellectual property damages; forensic accounting; or fraud risk management.  Candidates may meet a portion of the foundational experience requirement by attending recommended training offered by NACVA.  All candidates must pass a comprehensive examination.  To maintain his credential as a MAFF, designees are required to recertify every three years.