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Ron Mitchell

Ron Mitchell

Financial Institutions Practice Leader | Partner


2911 Meredyth Drive
Albany, GA 31721





Ron Mitchell brings more than 27 years of financial accounting and reporting, tax and advisory experience to his role as partner at Mauldin & Jenkins, LLC. Ron is responsible for the ongoing supervision of financial institution clients, which includes overseeing the completion of engagements such as opinion audits and tax services, risk management services, SEC reporting and public company compliance issues and other advisory services. He is responsible for on-site supervision of professional staff and their compliance with all professional and regulatory standards. He also performs advisory services, which includes COSO 2013 and SOX 404 assistance, CECL transition assistance, IRR and liquidity reviews, de novo bank formations, S share accounting, derivatives and other advisory services. Ron also currently serves as the firm-wide financial institutions practice leader for Mauldin & Jenkins. Ron has worked with Mauldin & Jenkins since receiving his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree in Accounting. Ron attended both Valdosta State University and The University of Georgia. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the states of Georgia, Florida and Illinois. Ron is an active member of multiple accounting and finance associations, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Georgia and Florida Societies of Certified Public Accountants, Georgia Bankers Association, Community Bankers Association of Georgia and the Florida Bankers Association. Ron is also a frequent speaker and presenter at various bankers’ association meetings, seminars and tradeshows. Ron is married to Tina Mitchell and they have two boys, Cole and Cross.


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