January 16, 2019

Who Will Be the Next CEO of BDO?

Last month we learned that Jack Weisbaum would be retiring at the end of his current term as BDO's CEO. It's been quite the run for Captain Jack, but eventually you knew that things wouldn't stay interesting forever. A tipster tells us that the process to replace J. Dubs will soon be under way:

The BDO election for CEO starts Monday. This Saturday is a webex where are all four candidates will have to asnwers questions submitted anonymously. 
Anonymous questions! That sounds like it could be interesting. Of course you could submit possible questions here before you pass them along. Rumored candidates are: Jay Duke, the current National Assurance Leader; Doug Sirotta, National Tax Leader; Alan Selitti, Northeast Assurance Leader and ummmm…UDPATE: Wayne Berson, Atlantic Assurance Leader. We'll still take write-ins below or if you've seen the ballot and we've got any of these wrong, email us.

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