Kim Fairchild provides assurance services to a wide range of private and publicly-held organizations, including those in collective investment funds, nonprofit, and manufacturing. Kim currently serves as HoganTaylor’s leader of the highly specialized Collective Investment Funds practice, which provides services to hundreds of collective and common trust funds for many large trust companies. Additionally, many of these funds and nonprofit organizations utilize different financial instruments, which can be complex, which makes Kim’s specialized expertise in the investment area of significant value.
Aside from her client responsibilities, Kim also serves as the Assurance division liaison to the firm’s Human Resources division.
Prior to joining HoganTaylor in 2001, Kim was with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, where she supervised audits for numerous private and publicly-held companies.
- Manages audits, reviews and agreed-upon procedures of nonpublic companies and nonprofit organizations
- Manages procedures in conjunction with SEC filings (Forms 10-K, 10-Q, S-1 and S-3)
- Manages assurance services for Collective Investment Funds and stays current on topics impacting this industry by attending:
- ALI CLE Conference on Collective Trust Funds
- State Street Collective Trust Funds Forum
- Assisted a client at HoganTaylor LLP with an initial public offering
Professional & Civic Affiliations
- Leadership Tulsa, Graduate, Class 46
- Ronald McDonald House Charities, former Board Treasurer and McDazzle Committee Member
- Operation Aware, former Treasurer and Board Member
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Member
- Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants, Member; Tulsa Chapter, Member
- Certified Public Accountant – Oklahoma Accountancy Board
- Oklahoma Magazine “40 Under 40” Recipient, 2014
- The Journal Record Achievers Under 40 Award Recipient, 2013
- The University of Tulsa School of Accounting Distinguished Alumna Award Recipient, 2013
- OSCPA Trailblazer Award Recipient, 2011
- BSBA in Accounting, The University of Tulsa, 1996