Bob Nuber

Chairman Emeritus

About

Life turned out quite well for someone who hated accounting in college. Luckily, a light clicked in his head, and Bob realized the potential he had for the business.

Like most successful accountants, Bob enjoys time on the golf course when he’s not in the office.

With a wealth of experience, Bob has a creative, interdisciplinary approach to the complexities of business planning and management. Over the years, he has worked with a variety of industries including manufacturing, real estate, investment, insurance underwriting and agencies, home construction, food retail, and retirement living. As the chairman emeritus, Bob now works part-time consulting on commercial and family-owned businesses and serving on boards of directors.

Practice Emphasis

  • Family and commercial business
  • Strategic planning
  • Governance structures: boards of directors, advisory and family councils
  • Succession planning
  • Profit improvement

Proven Results

  • Designed and led the process of creating an Advisory Council for a large, second-generation family business.
  • Developed and led a management planning retreat resulting in a three-year strategic plan, divided into one-year action plans.
  • Planned and facilitated quarterly business meetings for a family business, resulting in a greater focus on business issues, increased harmony among family members, and enhanced business planning.

Education

  • University of Washington, B.A., M.B.A.

Activities

  • Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Board Member: Stronger Families, Seattle Pacific University; Seattle Chamber of Commerce; University of Washington Accounting Development Fund
  • Bellevue Rotary Club, past President
  • Board member and Advisor to Boards of Directors and privately held businesses

My Life by the Numbers

47

Years in practice

42

Years at Clark Nuber

3

Children with wife, Judy

3

Grandchildren

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