Focus on what counts
Education

BS, Accounting, Robert Morris University

Licenses

Certified Public Accountant in the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas

Keith Peterka is an audit partner at Citrin Cooperman with over 25 years of experience working with both SEC registrants and privately held companies on complex accounting and auditing issues. Keith’s focus is on technology and software clients, as well as retail, distribution, and manufacturing clients. 

Experience

Keith served as partner-in-charge of the Professional Standards Group at a top 30 CPA firm based in New York, prior to joining Citrin Cooperman. Keith also worked as a partner in the national office of a top CPA firm.  He was a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) Inspections Division in New York. Keith also has extensive international experience servicing various publicly traded companies on a variety of technical matters. Keith was part of a Big Four Firm’s Capital Market group both in Europe and Asia.
 
Keith has lived in both Europe and Asia and has led foreign registrants through their SEC compliance needs, as well as various technical matters. While in Asia, Keith consulted with some of the region’s largest technology companies, assisting them with complex U.S. GAAP issues as well as Sarbanes Oxley.
 
Prior to Keith’s involvement with in the capital markets space, Keith served as a manager on the engagement of one of the largest technology companies (Fortune 50), where he was responsible for global audit coordination and ensuring the audit approach was consistently delivered.

Education & Licenses
Education

BS, Accounting, Robert Morris University

Licenses

Certified Public Accountant in the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas

Affiliations

Member, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

  • Member, NAAATS Planning Committee at AICPA
  • Former member, AICPA’s Technical Issues Committee

Member, Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Former original member of the IASB’s SMEs Implementation Issues Group