Jeff Quigley joined the Machines Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) as vice president and administration on March 31. Quigley succeeds Paul Stilp, who lately retired following serving as a member of the ELFA employees for 18 many years. Quigley will oversee the association’s finances and treasury operations as well as the everyday administrative and operational prerequisites of the business.
Quigley brings 25 years of public accounting working experience to ELFA. He progressed from workers auditor to audit lover at the Washington D.C.-based mostly agency Tate and Tryon. Alongside with owning a various portfolio of nonprofit corporations, Quigley done a wide assortment of consulting engagements from internal control examination to mergers and acquisitions. In addition to crafting articles or blog posts and conducting staff instruction, he was accountable for the automatic audit method: monitoring, tests and applying emerging systems. Quigley concluded his community accounting vocation at RSM just after its acquisition of Tate and Tryon.
“We are delighted to welcome Jeff to lead ELFA’s finance and administration section,” Ralph Petta, ELFA president and CEO, said. “He delivers a prosperity of working experience to the affiliation and will be a wonderful addition to the ELFA staff.”
“ELFA is the best match for me as I begin a new chapter of my accounting job on the other facet of the auditor’s desk,” Quigley said. “I glimpse forward to meeting and working with the ELFA users.”