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Bradley Robinson

Internal Auditor

BBA (Accounting), University of Louisiana, Monroe

Bradley Robinson has joined the Ruston office as an Internal Auditor for Argent Fiduciary Consulting Services. Robinson reports to Chief Audit Executive Kim Breithaupt and will be responsible for conducting in-depth audits and helping clients maintain regulatory compliance.

Prior to Argent, he worked as a staff accountant at Little and Associates, where he performed audits, analyzed processes, reported findings, supervised walkthroughs, identified weaknesses, suggested remedies, assisted in corrective action, and trained for improved audit performance.

A graduate of the University of Louisiana Monroe, with a BBA in accounting, Bradley is also a former baseball player for Louisiana Christian University, actively pursuing completion of the CPA exam.

 

 

 

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