Mark Tibergien is Chief Executive Officer of Advisor Solutions at BNY Mellon | Pershing and a member of Pershing’s Executive Committee. Pershing is one of the country’s leading custodians for registered investment advisors and family offices. Mark is also a member of BNY Mellon’s Diversity & Inclusion Advisory Council to the CEO.
Prior to joining Pershing in 2007, Mark was a principal at the accounting and consulting firm, Moss Adams LLP, where he was partner-in-charge of the Business Consulting group, chairman of the Financial Services Industry group and partner-in-charge of the Business Valuation group. Previously, he was president of a nationally recognized bank and business training and consulting firm, a principal in an investment management and business valuation firm, a writer for a financial trade magazine and a general assignment newspaper and radio reporter.
Mark has worked with public and private companies on matters related to business management, transition planning and strategy formulation since 1976. This includes hundreds of independent registered investment advisors, broker-dealers, investment managers, insurance companies and other financial services organizations in the United States, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and Canada.
In a 2017Investment Advisorsurvey, Mark was named The Most Influential Person in Financial Services, with almost half of respondents voting for him. For his contributions to the industry, Mark was named to the 2016InvestmentNews’ Icons & Innovators list which recognizes those who have shaped and transformed the financial advice profession. In 2015,Private Asset Managementmagazine honored Mark with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his dedication, commitment and achievements in the industry. Mark has been recognized 14 times by,Investment Advisor(IA)magazine as one of the “25 Most Influential People” in the financial services industry and, in 2016,IAranked Mark as number one in the “Top 7 Most Honored People inIA’s 25 History.” Mark received the 2015 Insiders Forum Leadership Award, and was named to the 2012InvestmentNews“The Power 20” list. For eight consecutive years,Accounting Todayrecognized Mark as one of the “100 Most Influential” people in the accounting profession.
He is the author of four books published by Bloomberg Press (John Wiley & Sons),Practice Made Perfect, How to Value, Buy or Sell a Financial Advisory Practice, Practice Made (More) Perfectand the latest,The Enduring Advisory Firm, co-authored with Kim Dellarocca, Global Head of Marketing for Asset Servicing and Technology at BNY Mellon. Mark has also been a regular columnist forInvestment Advisormagazine and monthly contributor to ThinkAdvisor.com on management issues since 2005.
Mark has previously served in a variety of community and industry organizations including the Rotary Club of Seattle, Travelers Aid Society, the Foundation for Financial Planning, the International Association for Financial Planning and the SIFMA Foundation. Most recently, Mark was named to the Advisory Council for the Center for Financial Planning whose mission is to promote diversity in the advisory profession.
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