Frank Hauser '86
Frank Hauser ’86 is a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC). Frank works in PwC’s National Office where he transitioned into the Auditing Services Methods and Tools group effective July 2016. Frank is focused on developing policies, guidance, tools and templates to enhance the Firm’s auditing methodology. Prior to joining the Auditing Services Methods and Tools group Frank worked in the Inspections group where he was the Regional Team Captain for NY Metro. Before that he spent four years in the National Office’s Accounting Services Group where he was active in standard setting activities, consultations and thought leadership. He was also a member of PwC’s Global Accounting Consulting Services Group which focuses on International Financial Reporting Standards.
Prior to working in the National Office Frank worked in PwC’s New York practice office. Frank has also spent two years working abroad in the London office of PwC. Frank’s clients and experiences have been varied and include an emphasis in the Entertainment, Media and Technology industry sectors where he was responsible for overseeing all of the firm’s services to the clients that he served. Services ranged from integrated internal control and financial statement audits to buy-side and sell-side due diligence reviews, joint venture formations/dissolutions, deal structuring, carve-out financial statements, efficiency analyses, SEC filings and the like.
Frank has worked with a variety of the firm’s global clients and also has experience with more domestically focused public and private companies.
Frank has also had a role in PwC’s Chief Auditor Network through which he was actively involved in the PCAOB inspection process as well as the peer review process.
Frank is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and is licensed in New York, Connecticut and New Jersey. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.