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Scott Mackey
Partner, Audit Services RSM US LLP


Scott Mackey is a leader of the financial services practice in New England. He is responsible for all aspects of our delivery of assurance, taxation, risk advisory and IT consulting services to the New England asset management and financial services sector.

Scott brings more than 19 years of public accounting experience to RSM. He has extensive experience across the financial services and asset management industry, having served both the alternative investment space, including hedge fund, private equity and fund of fund complexes, where he gained exposure to hard to value securities and complex financial instruments, registered investment vehicles including mutual funds and broker-dealers. In addition, Scott has significant insights on operational and regulatory issues facing asset managers through the performance of internal control reports, such as SOC1 and chief compliance officer reports, as well as advisory and risk management projects.

Prior to RSM, Scott spent 9 years in a Big Four firm’s asset management practice, performing a wide array of services to their alternative investment, registered investment company, custodial banking and broker-dealer clients.

Scott’s industry focus includes financial services, asset management and alternative investments.

Professional affiliations and credentials

  • Certified public accountant
  • MSCPA Alternative Investments Panel
  • Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia


  • Master of Science, accounting, University of Massachusetts
  • Bachelor of Commerce, accounting, University of Tasmania, Australia
News articles

How hedge funds and investors continue to strike the right note in aligning their interests

10 July 2019
RSM, in collaboration with AIMA have issued their latest research ‘In Harmony – how investors continue to strike the right note in aligning their interests’, following the ‘In Concert’ paper which was published three years ago.