Ellis Elected 2nd Term on Board of NY State

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<p><strong>New York &mdash; Aug. 22 </strong><br />Michael C. Fina, a provider of worldwide corporate employee-recognition programs, has announced that Mark Ellis, CFO, has been elected to a second term as secretary on the board of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA).<br /><br />The NYSSCPA is the largest state accounting organization in the nation and has 30,000 members. </p><p>It was incorporated in 1897 to cultivate, promote and disseminate knowledge and information concerning certified public accountants; to establish and maintain high standards of integrity, honor and character among certified public accountants; to furnish information regarding accountancy and the practice and methods to its members and the general public; and to protect the interests of its members and the general public with respect to the practice of accountancy.<br /><br />Ellis, CPA, ACA, has served as Michael C. Fina&rsquo;s chief financial officer since 1998. </p><p>He is responsible for the accounting, treasury, business development and human resource functions of the company.<br /><br />Ellis is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management and WorldatWork.  </p><p>He is also a member of the Small Business Advisory Committee to the FASB and International Accounting Standards Board&rsquo;s working group on small and midsized businesses. </p><p>In addition to serving on NYSSCPA&#39;s board of directors, Ellis was a task force member on a recent AICPA study on financial reporting for private companies.<br /><br />&ldquo;We congratulate Mark on his second term of service to the New York State Society of Certified Public Accounts, the premier accountancy organization in the state,&rdquo; said George Fina, president of Michael C. Fina.</p>

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