2019 Hope Promise Dream Gala
May 18, 2019, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Honoring Mr. Tony Argiz, Chairman and CEO of MBAF
The 2019 Hope Promise Dream Gala will be hosted by Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood on Saturday May 18th. Join us as we celebrate and be a part of our critically important evening to raise funds that support research, treatment and prevention of type 1 diabetes (T1D). Guests will enjoy an elegant cocktail party followed by a seated dinner. The event will feature a top-of-the-line Silent Auction and exciting Live Auction. Then put on your dancing shoes and enjoy the evening entertainment by Private Stock! Most importantly, all guests will have the opportunity to participate in the Fund A Cure program - where 100% of the donations directly support diabetes research.
Hope Promise Dream Sponsors
As the Chairman and CEO since 1997, Tony has led the growth of Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra, LLC (MBAF) to becoming one of the top 40 accounting firms in the nation. MBAF is a twenty-one time honoree on the INSIDE Public Accounting annual list of the nation’s 50 best managed accounting firms.
Well-known for his community and industry leadership, Tony has been involved with a broad spectrum of industries which gives him unique experience and insight into all aspects of the financial well-being of his clients. Over the last 30 years, Tony has developed extensive in-depth knowledge and experience in practices involving audits, business planning, economic damages, fraud examinations, valuations and litigation cases. Tony is a highly respected and nationally recognized practitioner in litigation consulting services.
He has actively served on the leading industry associations, chairing many key committees in furtherance of the accounting industry. He has served on the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) Nominations Committee, on the governing body of the AICPA’s Council and on the PCP Executive Committee and its Technical Issues Committee. In 1986, Tony was appointed to Florida’s Board of Accountancy and was then elected to chair the Board and chair its Probable Cause Panel as well.
Aurelio M. Fernandez III
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