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David Killion Attains Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA®) Certification


(ST. LOUIS, May 6, 2019) David Killion, principal in the transaction advisory and litigation support practice at Brown Smith Wallace, is now a Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA®). Killion received this certification through the Exit Planning Institute (EPI) – an organization formed to serve educational and resource needs of financial planners and wealth managers, CPAs/accountants, attorneys, commercial lenders, M&A advisors and business brokers, management consultants and other business advisors.

As a part of the transaction advisory and litigation support practice, Killion manages and executes acquisitions, advises on tax-efficient structuring and compliance, and monitors equity investments. With a background in family office support services, his experience also includes day-to-day CFO functions including debt structuring, bank compliance, financial reporting and treasury management.


About Brown Smith Wallace

Brown Smith Wallace—an independent member firm of Moore Stephens North America—is a nationally recognized, top 100, full-service CPA and business advisory firm in Missouri with more than 300 employees. The firm is the top-ranked St. Louis firm in the 2019 Vault Accounting Firm rankings and is recognized as a top workplace for women by the Accounting MOVE Project. For more information, visit or call 314.983.1200.

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