Michael J. Walker is a New England-based Certified Public Accountant with over fourteen years of accounting experience in the financial services, information technology services and construction industries. He is currently a Vice President at one of the largest financial institutions in the world. He has an extensive technical accounting background that includes hands-on experience with U.S. GAAP, Canadian GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). His expertise includes the accounting for derivatives, fixed income investments & securitizations. He graduated from Bentley University with a B.S. in Finance (1995) and a M.S. in Accountancy (2000).
Michael J. Walker
Professor Arthur Reed, CPA, MBA, MST has been teaching with Lambers, Inc. since 1990.Teaching interests include taxation and financial accounting. In addition to his Lambers teaching Professor Reed is a full time instructor at Bentley University, one of the top business schools in the country.
Professor Reed started his accounting career as an audit senior for Arthur Andersen, Boston office. Teaching Interests include Taxation, including IRS Practice and Procedure, Tax Research and Multijurisdictional areas. Research Interests are Taxation, Taxation & Information Technology Consulting. Practice Interests are Taxation of multijurisdictional individuals including athletes, musicians and the arts.
Professor Reed is featured on the Lambers Enrolled Agent Review Course and teaches numerous Continuing Education Courses for Lambers.
Professor William Grubbs, MBA, CPA is the Chairman of the Accounting Department at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC. Professor Grubbs is holds the title of the Sulon Bibb Stedman Professor of Accountancy. His education includes an undergraduate degree from East Carolina University and an MBA from the University of North Carolina. Professor Grubbs professional experience is with Arthur Andersen, Price Waterhouse and Touche & Ross accounting firms.
Professor Grubbs is the primary author of the Lambers Financial Accounting and Reporting Textbook. He has the ability to break down extremely complex accounting topics so that they are easily understood. He operated a very successful live instruction Lambers CPA Review Course for over 30 years with multiple award winners for CPA Exam performance. He is also a member of the North Carolina Board of Examiners.
Garland Granger is full time accounting Professor at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC. He worked for two years in banking, eight years in public accounting and has been teaching CPE and Review Course seminars professionally since 1995. Professor Granger is the primary instructor on the Lambers CPA Review Auditing Section and for the Lambers Certified Internal Auditor course. In addition he is featured on many of the Lambers CPE Course offerings. His primary focus is financial accounting issues, fraud, and internal controls.
He believes that continuing education should be practical and informative as well as enjoyable. His teaching style is interactive and he enjoys using hands-on examples to reinforce his points. His sense of humor and his interactive teaching style make his seminars fun and helpful for improving the skill level of each participant in a practical manner.