Joe Natarelli

Office Managing Partner | Marcum LLP

Joseph Natarelli is leader of Marcum LLP’s National Construction Industry Practice group, as well as the Firm’s office managing partner in New Haven, Connecticut. In addition, he is a member of the Firm’s Management Committee. Joe has more than 30 years of experience with international accounting and consulting firms. He frequently serves as the lead audit engagement partner for a variety of consulting matters. Joe is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the States of Connecticut.

Joe is experienced in providing auditing and consulting services related to corporate acquisitions, divestitures, and mergers and refinancing. He is highly-trained in the accounting and structuring of these transactions. In addition, he is a valuable resource on various construction projects, offering his expertise on job performance and enhancing profitability as well as expert testimony in claims arbitration and litigation.

For two decades, Joe has served as a Technical Reviewer for the AICPA’s Audit Risk Alert for Real Estate and Construction Industry Developments and the AICPA Audit and Accounting Guide – Construction Contractors. He is also a technical reviewer for the CFMA’s Financial Management and Accounting for the Construction Industry (“The Book”). He has published articles in various journals and newspapers, including the Journal of Construction Accounting and Taxation, and is a contributing author for the Marcum Commercial Construction Index. Joe frequently speaks on accounting and auditing matters for both national and regional. He has been interviewed by a number of prestigious media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Businessweek and Fox Business.

Joe is a member of the AICPA, Connecticut Society of Certified Public Accountants, Associated General Contractors, Associated Builders and Contractors of Connecticut, National Association of Surety Bond Producers, and the AICPA’s National Construction Industry Program Conference Committee.


Sessions

A panel of experts will:
Learning Objectives:

  • Answer questions regarding the challenging accounting and auditing issues in construction
  • Demonstrate ways to apply More