Mike Briones

Briones-110x150Mike Briones joined L&M in 2004 as a full time accountant. In 2005 he become the firm’s controller and oversees all bookkeeping and accounting functions. Briones has held senior staff positions (e.g., CFO, Controller, VP of Finance) in non-profit organizations with annual billings as high as $12M. Mike has broad experience in accounting policies and practices, include GAAP and FASB regulations.

Mike holds a B.S. in Accounting from De La Salle University. Mike is fluent in Tagolog.

By the Numbers

$1 Billion

The total operating budgets for those associations managed by AMC Institute member firms.*

*AMC Institute

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2.8 million people

The number of members in associations under management by AMCs.*

*AMC Institute

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3,500

The total number of individuals employed by AMCs that are member firms of the AMC Institute.*

*AMC Institute

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10 years

The length of time L&M has been a Charter Accredited AMC – making it the only remaining Charter Accredited firm west of the Rockies.*

*AMC Institute

By the Numbers

19 out of 20

The number of industry segments that AMC-managed organizations have in common with organizations managed by employed staff.*

*Client Operating and Financial Benchmarking Survey Report 2011; © 2011 AMC Institute, pg. 21

By the Numbers

1,700

The number of associations managed by AMCs that are member firms of the AMC Institute.*

*AMC Institute

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32%

On average, the premium standalone organizations pay to directly employ staff and shoulder the full costs of occupancy and capital expenses vs. the AMC alternative.*

*Client Operating and Financial Benchmarking Survey Report 2011; © 2011 AMC Institute, pg. 23

By the Numbers

32%

The rate over which the AMC-managed model outperformed the standalone model during the Great Recession (2008 – 2010) in terms of operating surpluses.*

*AMCs Managed Client Bottom Lines Through Recession; © 2012 L&M, page 2 (derived from data reported)