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Bradley Carroll CPA, CFF, CIA, QIAL, CFSA, CRMA

Principal

404.253.7566
Alpharetta, GA
Services
Data Analytics, Forensic Accounting, Internal Audit,
Industries
Financial Services, Manufacturing & Distribution,

Experience

Bradley Carroll is the leader of the firm’s financial institution advisory services. Bradley began his career with Central Bank in Monroe, LA after graduating from the University of Louisiana-Monroe. He subsequently relocated to Atlanta, working in internal audit positions with Carter’s Childrenswear and Wachovia Bank before practicing public accounting for 14 years. Prior to joining Frazier & Deeter, Bradley served as the first Chief Audit Executive for State Bank and Trust Company, where he established a risk-based audit methodology and implemented an impressive data analytics program to drive audit effectiveness and efficiency.

Today, Bradley serves on the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Financial Services Advisory Board. As a member of this board, he has advocated on Capitol Hill on behalf of IIA initiatives. He has recently joined the Atlanta IIA’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee. Bradley has been a featured speaker at local and national conferences and events on topics ranging from fraud prevention and enterprise risk management to adhering to IIA professional standards.

Professional and Civic Organizations

IIA Financial Services Advisory Board
IIA Atlanta Board of Governors
Peachtree Corners Baptist Church Deacon
MidWest/SouthEast CAE Roundtable

Education

BBA in Accounting
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Monroe, LA

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