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April 2019
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Bryan Segedi, formerly of Ernst & Young, and Anne Taylor, formerly of Deloitte, have been named to Conway MacKenzie’s board of directors as independent directors. Segedi spent more than 30 years with Ernst & Young LLP, ascending to deputy global vice chair of Assurance services, where he was responsible for more than 77,000 professionals and $12 billion in global revenues. Taylor recently retired from Deloitte, where she was a vice chairman and managing partner of the Houston office, after a 30-year career. She was the first woman to serve on the Deloitte U.S. executive committee and the management committee of Deloitte Global.

J. Scott Victor, managing director of SSG Capital Advisors LLC, was recently named an “Influencer of Finance” by The Inquirer in Philadelphia. The awards are presented each year to financial leaders who guide businesses, manage acquisitions and mergers, and provide business advice to executive teams. Nominees in 13 categories were selected by The Inquirer readers and evaluated by an expert panel of judges. Nominees were evaluated on their business success and acumen and on their ability to connect, change, and influence the industry as a whole. Victor received the award in the Investment Banking category during a ceremony at the Wanamaker Building in Philadelphia and was profiled, along with the other winners, in a special section of The Inquirer. He is a former TMA Global president and chairman.

Stretto, a bankruptcy administration firm, has acquired CINgroup and its Best Case Bankruptcy/ CINcompass software and data-services platforms. The firm said the acquisition complements its portfolio of bankruptcy-related services and technology with the addition of software and data resources designed to support legal professionals engaged in bankruptcy matters. Stretto was formerly known as Bankruptcy Management Solutions (BMS).

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