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    Frazier & Deeter Announces Culture of Compliance Podcast

    Nationally ranked CPA firm expands podcast offering

    Frazier & Deeter announced the launch of a new podcast series addressing the benefits of embracing compliance activities as a competitive advantage. The Culture of Compliance podcast series focuses on various aspects of security, privacy and regulatory requirements, but with the mindset of creating a sustainable “culture of compliance” throughout organizations.

    “Company owners, executives and management are often overwhelmed by constantly changing compliance requirements,” said Sabrina Serafin, National Practice Leader of Frazier & Deeter’s Process, Risk & Governance Practice, and the host of the Culture of Compliance Podcast. “Our Culture of Compliance podcast will offer fresh perspectives and actionable information that companies of all sizes can use to not only embrace and manage these requirements but also monetize and turn them into a competitive advantage.”

    The first episode explored the evolution of compliance in a conversation with Darryl Cox, of QTS Data Centers. Upcoming episodes will address various compliance management topics that explore the advantage of embedding compliance into everyday activities and workflows.

    “We are delighted to add the Culture of Compliance to our podcast offerings,” said Adelle Erdman, Executive Director of Marketing for Frazier & Deeter. “We find podcasts help our busy clients keep up with emerging trends that impact their jobs and their businesses. The Culture of Compliance will add depth to a critical area of business leadership.”

    Other podcasts offered by Frazier & Deeter include Private Equity 360 and Untangling the Technical. Private Equity 360 explores topics of interest to private equity investors, and Untangling the Technical focuses on the business implications of a variety of complicated topics such as the new tax code and changes to accounting standards.

    About Frazier & Deeter

    Frazier & Deeter is a nationally recognized CPA and advisory firm headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. The firm provides tailored services across a wide range of tax, audit, accounting and advisory needs to achieve each client’s unique financial goals. Frazier & Deeter believes in Investing In Relationships to Make a Difference.

    Frazier & Deeter has been named one of the top Accounting Firms to Work For, a Best Firm for Women, a Best of the Best CPA firm and one of the Fastest Growing CPA firms among the top 100 firms in the U.S.. Frazier & Deeter is a member of the PKF global family, as well as CPAmerica.

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