Ensure you are meeting your regulatory requirements.
AGH's audit team can help ensure your bank is in compliance by helping you meet the minimum standards required for a directors' examination.
Banks and other financial institutions under $500 million in total assets
Meet regulatory requirements for certain types of banks
Relieve bank's directors from time and labor of personal exam of bank
Reinforce financial accountability, discipline and regulatory compliance
An audit team performs certain agreed-upon procedures designed to meet minimum standards that are required for a directors' exam. In most directors' exams, the team works with management to design additional procedures or services of value to the bank. Such other procedures or services could include:
We follow the state minimum standards for a directors’ exam, but also work with you on tailoring other procedures you would like performed to mitigate risk or provide additional comfort to management, ownership, or the Board.
With many exams we bundle ACH, BSA, IT general controls review, IT vulnerability assessments, social engineering, and tax services. We also provide a wide range of other compliance audits along with payroll services, strategic planning, loan review and HR consulting.
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Senior Vice President
Financial Services Industry Team Leader
Mark Schmelzle leads the firm’s financial services industry team. His practice focuses primarily on financial institutions, manufacturing/wholesale/distribution entities and private equity groups.
In the financial services and manufacturing industries, his experience includes financial statement audits, fraud investigations and other types of attest services.
In the private equity area, Mark provides a wide range of merger and acquisition services for private equity groups and their portfolio companies, including due diligence, cash flow analysis, quality of earnings review, and potential cost-savings analysis.
Schmelzle is a certified public accountant and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Kansas Society of Certified Public Accountants and Young Bank Officers of Kansas. He is an alumnus of Leadership Wichita and was named one of the Wichita Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” young leaders in the community. He also serves in leadership positions for community organizations including Youth Entrepreneurs and the Wichita Aero Club.
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Wichita, Kansas 67202