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Clayton & McKervey shareholder named to new Crain’s Detroit Business Notable Women in Finance List

Posted on May 7, 2018 by

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Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping closely held businesses compete in the global marketplace, is pleased to announce that shareholder Margaret Amsden, CPA, has been selected for inclusion in the Crain’s Detroit Business inaugural Notable Women in Finance list, featuring acclaimed women finance professionals from throughout Michigan working in the private and public sector, including at CPA firms, non-profits, academia and government.

The women finance professionals were selected based on their reputation for navigating and restructuring deals, leading and advising on mergers and acquisitions, finding new sources of revenue for their companies and clients and mentoring women in the workplace and community. Crain Content Studio worked with advisors in the finance field to review nominations and select the final honorees. Amsden’s profile for the Notable Women in Finance can be viewed here.

At Clayton & McKervey, Amsden leads the firm’s tax practice and is the point person for domestic tax strategies. She is also a member of the Transaction Services Team. Committed to cultivating a culture of learning in and outside of the firm, Amsden follows and interprets state and federal tax legislation and advises growth driven clients on tax advantages and best practices. She joined Clayton & McKervey in 1999. Amsden holds a Master of Science in Taxation from Walsh College, a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management from Georgia Institute of Technology and a Certificate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, also from Georgia Institute of Technology.

The Crain Content Studio recognition comes on the heels of Amsden receiving the Ilene Lanfear Heart & Soul award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland and Macomb Counties in March. Amsden began volunteering at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Oakland and Macomb Counties in 2007 and has served in a variety of roles, including board chair, trustee, treasurer and member of the finance committee, all the while mentoring, coaching and teaching the Clubs’ young members.

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