Dmitriy Rutitskiy is the Financial and Operations Principal and Chief Financial Officer of PW & Co. With more than 17 years of industry experience, Mr. Rutitskiy supervises the daily operations and financial and regulatory compliance activities for the Company. Mr. Rutitskiy draws upon 10 years' experience working at DFP Partners, a Certified Public Accounting firm specializing in providing accounting and regulatory compliance consulting to the brokerage and investment banking industries. Mr. Rutitskiy is currently a partner at the firm. Mr. Rutitskiy began his career as a legal entity controller at Macquarie Bank, a major Australian bank. In addition to his status as a Certified Public Accountant, Mr. Rutitskiy is registered as a Series 27 Representative. Mr. Rutitskiy graduated from Brooklyn College City University of New York with degrees in Accounting and Computer Science.
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