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KPMG Promotes New Audit Leaders

Jan 11, 2021 | Professional Services, Right Moves

Right Moves with Fink and Krysinski

Mike Fink has been promoted to Audit Partner and Christine Krysinski has been promoted to Audit Managing Director in KPMG’s Anchorage office. Fink and Krysinski are now responsible for audit quality and leading engagement teams in project execution. They will both continue to act as role models who foster the firm’s culture by living the firm’s values, including serving clients with excellence and demonstrating a commitment to the developing the careers of KPMG professionals.  

Krysinski joined KPMG in 2010. She provides audit and accounting advisory services to a variety of clients, including not-for-profit organizations, state and local governments, fisheries-related companies, oil and gas, and Alaska Native corporations. Christine serves as the treasurer of the board of directors for Girls Scouts of Alaska and resides in Chugiak with her husband and two daughters.

Fink joined KPMG in 2018 and has 16 years of public and private accounting experience. He provides audit services to both public and non-public companies including telecommunications and Alaska Native corporations, and has extensive experience helping companies adopt new accounting standards. He is a graduate of UAF and lives in Anchorage with his wife and daughter.

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