Former Hospital CFO Joins Roegiers Goldin Chappel Nall & Associates

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Mark Cocorullo

Roegiers Goldin Chappel Nall & Associates, a premier full-service certified public accounting firm on the Treasure Coast, is pleased to announce that Mark Cocorullo, formerly of Martin Health Systems, has joined the firm as a Certified Financial Planner with the Strategic Wealth Management Group division.  Mark will focus on personal financial planning, wealth management, and health care practice consulting.

Mark has more than three decades of financial leadership experience with Martin Health Systems as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.   In that position, he managed approximately $250 million of investments.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Northeastern University and a master’s degree in finance from the University of South Carolina.

“We welcome Mark to our team and look forward to his contributions in the Strategic Wealth Management Group division and in our health care practice,” said Gene Goldin, Managing Shareholder.  “Mark’s demonstrated track record, wealth of experience and innovative thinking make him an ideal fit for our management team."

Cocorullo  has been active in civic and non-profit organizations throughout his career.   He is the president of The Friends of Volunteers in Medicine Clinic, a member of the board of Florida Oceanographic Society, and a member of the Finance Committee for St. Joseph Catholic Church.

Strategic Wealth Management Group provides an alternative to traditional brokers and self-directed investment programs.  Roegiers Goldin Chappel Nall & Associates (RGCN)  is associated with Strategic Wealth Management Group, a registered investment advisor.  Established in 1973, RGCN has provided comprehensive accounting, auditing, tax, consulting, and management advisory services to small businesses and individuals for more than 40 years.

Contact:
Peggy Roegiers
772-283-7444
proegiers@rgcncpa.com

LAST UPDATED 1/27/2014