Christina Catalina, is a Partner in the Firm's Technical Review and Quality Control Group. Tina is currently specializing in the Investment Companies industry and is a leader in the Firm's Alternative Investment Group's Quality Control Department. Tina provides QC Technical assistance in complex accounting areas such as fair value measurements, revenue recognition, purchase accounting, lease accounting, and foreign currency translation and reporting. Tina reviews audit documentation for private and SEC reporting companies, and provides assistance with merger and acquisition write-ups, reverse merger deals and corporate finance transactions. Before joining the firm, her professional career experience included employment at a $2 billion dollar vitamin manufacturer and distributor where she was the Chief Accountant and was responsible for consolidated U.S. GAAP compliance over its domestic and international subsidiaries, international reporting of subsidiaries, finance transactions, and tax compliance. Additionally, she was responsible for reviewing acquisition agreements and integrating all acquisitions into the company's business model.
Also, prior to joining Marcum LLP, Tina worked for both a major international accounting and consulting firm where she was a Senior Audit Manager and was responsible for planning and supervising general audits (public and private) of domestic and multinational companies and industries, private equity funds, and M&A (Mergers and Acquisitions) due diligence reviews.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
- New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA), Past-Chair of Investment Companies Committee
Complex Accounting & Auditing
Valuations of Hard-to-Value Investments
Pooled Investment Vehicles
Private Equity Funds
Fund of Funds
Venture Capital Funds
Life Settlement Funds
Bachelor of Science, Accounting
Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
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