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GGK

ISO 4217 code for the German goldmark, which was the currency of Germany between its unification in 1873 and the end of World War I. It was based on gold, but it replaced the Vereinsthaler, which was based on silver. While it circulated, it was called simply the mark; the name goldmark was invented later to distinguish it from later German currencies.
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Gerry Golub, former managing partner of GGK, has no complaints.
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GGK has provided audit and attest services in the metro New York area, nationally and internationally, for more than 43 years.
Mayer, GGK managing partner, will co-lead the newly integrated business, which will have more than 850 employees and continue to operate on the West side at 1185 Avenue of the Americas and on the East side at 750 Third Avenue.
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GGK is a highly regarded CPA firm with one of the largest single office audit practices in the United States.
GGK is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, SEC Practice Session and Nexia International, a global network of independent accounting and consulting firms.
American Express acquired the non-attest assets of GGK in July 1998.
9 million private placement financing, our selection of GGK is a next logical step in PICK's evolution, and we are very pleased to have their knowledge and guidance.