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Brian Sweeney, CPA

Brian Sweeney, CPA
Brian Sweeney is a partner specializing in financial statement audits, business and systems consulting, management and advisory services, and mergers and acquisitions. He works with closely-held businesses in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and wholesale distribution, with a specialty focus on employee-owned companies. Brian is Redpath’s ESOP team leader focusing on client services, financial health, and cultural consulting to employee-owned companies. He works to protect S Corp ESOPs and stays up-to-date and knowledgeable on issues, changes, and legislation through involvement and committee leadership roles in the ESOP community. Brian was elected to and serves on the board of Directors for the National Center of Employee Ownership. He is an active member of the Finance Committee for the ESOP Association, the Government Relations Committee of the ESOP Association Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter, and Employee-Owned S Corporations of America. Brian is a regular presenter on employee ownership topics at local, regional, and national events. He has provided public accounting services at Redpath and Company since 1998.

Recent Posts

Proud to Sponsor and Speak at NCEO 2019

St. Paul, Minnesota (February 12, 2019) – Accounting firm Redpath and Company, Ltd. (Redpath) is a proud sponsor of the NCEO conference in Pittsburgh this spring.

We're Speaking at the Fall ESOP Forum in Albuquerque

Do you have questions as an ESOP plan sponsor? Brian Sweeney, our ESOP Partner will be at The Fall ESOP Forum: Best Practices in Employee Ownership, sponsored by the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO). 

Would Employee Ownership Better Your Business?

Deciding if an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) is the right business strategy for you is a little more complex than just addressing some of the most frequently asked questions. There are of course pros and cons to every business structure,...

Benefits of Being an ESOP Firm

Imagine you own a business, and it's profitable. While it's been great running the show, you'd like to be able to divest some of your time away without selling to a third party or introducing heightened risk to your company. What's more, what if you...