Beth SchiavoManaging Director and Chief Financial Officer
Beth brings more than 23 years of audit and business advisory experience with extensive cross-industry expertise across large multinational organizations and multidimensional insight in business strategy and process. Previously, Schiavo served as an assurance partner at Ernst & Young, serving both domestic and global public and privately-held clients headquartered in the Southeast. In 2010, Schiavo was named a “Woman of Excellence” by the Atlanta Business to Business magazine for her combination of business leadership and community service. Active in the business community she serves, Schiavo has served on numerous not for profit Board of Trustees including Young Audiences, the Woodruff Arts Center, Techbridge, and Arbor Montessori School. Schiavo is a CPA and a member of the AICPA and the Georgia Society of CPAs. She graduated from Virginia Tech and completed the Executive Leadership Program at the Kellogg School of Management.
We only hire the curiously passionate consultant. All North Highlanders share a common trait – we enjoy our journey towards success as much, if not more, than the spoils of that success. We roll up our sleeves and get things done, because it is in our DNA to serve - whether that be our client, our people or our local communities.
Cashing In On The Hidden Value of Onboarding
Today, 60 percent of Americans feel banks fail to keep up with their needs. Another 57 percent believe traditional financial institutions will not exist as they do today within their lifetime.1 And millennials cite the world’s four leading banks among their 10 least loved brands.White Paper
Putting Third-Party First
In the highly competitive financial services industry, third-party providers have emerged as the go-to source for organizations looking to do more with less: less distraction from core functions, less capital investment, less internal acquisition of specialized functions. Sixty-five percent of financial services firms now use third parties, and the majority plan on maintaining or increasing third-party involvement in the future.Perspective