Bernard W. Bunning is Global Managing Partner for BBRS, LLP a multi-disciplined and multi-state CPA firm that dates back to 1957. BBRS, LLP was also recognized as a top 8 CPA firm in the country by Goldline Research as profiled in FORBES magazine in December 2009. Mr. Bunning is responsible for managing corporate finance engagements, including mergers and acquisitions, company divestitures, business architectural and wealth advisory group, and the tax litigation group.
Bernard as a Business Architect also creates and advises clients on business structures, models, implementation, and planning considerations by creating individualized tailored strategies.  He has more than 35 years of experience in business appraisal, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, litigation support and planning for high net worth individuals.  Mr. Bunning has successfully defended his, conclusions as an expert in his areas of expertise with state taxation agencies, the Internal Revenue Service, and Federal and State Courts. 
Mr. Bunning has achieved the following degrees, certifications, and designations:
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) for the state of: California, Iowa, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Wyoming, Colorado
MS in Taxation,
MBA, Jurist Doctorate, and a Master of Law in Taxation, 
IRS Enrolled Agent authorized by the US Department of Treasury
Corporate Finance as a Master Financial Manager™ (MFM)
Chartered Global Management Accountant
Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
AICPA Certified Personal Financial Specialist
Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA)
Certified Accredited in Business Valuation
AICPA Certified Financial Forensics
Certified Risk Professional in Mergers and Acquisitions
Diplomat with the American Board of Forensic Accounting
Fellow with the American College of Forensic Examiners
Fellow & Advisor-Board of Standards American Academy of Financial Management€™s
He is currently pursuing an advanced law degree in International Tax & Financial Services through the Walter H. & Dorothy B. Diamond Graduate Program at Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

Bernard Bunning