Managing Director

David Killion, CPA, CEPA

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Bio

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David’s extensive strategic planning and corporate development experience makes him effective at leading and executing strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions and strategic partnerships. His expertise includes managing and executing acquisitions, advising on tax-efficient structuring and compliance and monitoring equity investments. He has also been responsible for day-to-day CFO functions, including debt structuring, bank compliance, financial reporting and treasury management.

Prior to joining Armanino, David served as a vice president of investments and CFO for a St. Louis-based family office, where he managed the controlling and non-controlling investments of the firm’s sole fund. David accelerated their newly adopted acquisition strategy, closing six acquisitions over eight years and diversifying revenue streams across multiple industries, sectors, product lines, end users and service types. He also formalized the M&A process, restructured legal entities, decentralized day-to-day operational management of the portfolio companies and completed a management buyout of existing shareholders.

David began his career in the Industry Services Group tax practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers, then moving to Emerson’s Corporate Tax group. He received his MBA in accounting from Saint Louis University and his B.B.A. in finance and economics from the University of Missouri - Columbia.

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Experience

Professional History

Associations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants (MOCPA)
  • Exit Planning Institute (EPI)
  • Alliance of Mergers & Acquisitions Advisors (AM&AA)
  • Association for Corporate Growth (ACG)

Education

  • Saint Louis University
  • University of Missouri - Columbia

Experience

  • GSI Diversified, Inc.
  • Emerson
  • PwC

Honors/Awards

  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Chairman’s Award Recipient, recognizing work performed on Proctor & Gamble’s post-acquisition integration of Gillette
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