Accounting Today Names RGL Forensics a 2017 Top Accounting Firm

Press ReleaseMarch 2017

Insurance / Legal / Corporate

RGL Forensics is pleased to announce that the firm has once again been named as a Top 100 Firm by Accounting Today in its ranking of firms nationally.

Denver, CO – March 24, 2017 – RGL Forensics is pleased to announce that the firm has once again been named as a Top 100 Firm by Accounting Today in its ranking of firms nationally.

“Earning a spot on Accounting Today’s list of the Top 100 firms is a testament to our hard work and commitment to client service,” said RGL CEO Angela MacPhee.

The 2017 rankings reflect RGL’s continued presence as a leader in the field of forensic accounting, and also highlight the firm’s commitment to providing depth of experience and cutting edge expertise.

Accounting Today’s 2017 Top 100 Firms is an annual ranking of the largest firms based on net revenue. For more information, please visit their website.

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