Matthew Sutorius

CPA, CFE | Shareholder


Like several other Clark Nuber professionals, Matt enjoys pushing himself to the red line physically, with his method of choice being long-distance endurance cycling. When he’s on the road, he’s reviewing performance analytics and making custom spreadsheets to track his training results and progress. Spreadsheets – it must be an accountant thing.

Matt brings that same intensity and focus to his clients. His favorite part of the work is getting to know clients and assisting them with complex business and accounting issues. Whether you need a financial statement audit, internal control review, or forensic accounting services, Matt and his spreadsheets are there to lend a hand.

Practice Emphasis

  • Start-up companies in the technology sector
  • SAAS, biotech, ed-tech, and video game verticals
  • Complex financing arrangements
  • Revenue Recognition under ASC 606
  • Audit, and other assurance reports
  • Employee benefit plan audits and compliance

Proven Results

  • Performed and supervised audits, reviews, and compilations for privately-owned companies, with a focus in the technology vertical
  • Worked closely with Clark Nuber team members to provide clients with superior customer service.
  • Performed specialized engagements built to clients’ specific needs.
  • Assisted clients in strengthening internal controls and operational processes.


  • University of Missouri – Columbia, B.A. in Business Administration, MAcc. in Accounting


  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
  • Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, Finance Committee
  • Seattle University, Adjunct Professor of Financial Accounting for Executives, Leadership Executive MBA Program, Center for Leadership Formation

My Life by the Numbers


Kids - Alex, Henry, and Charlotte, with wife Sara

N + 1

Number of bikes Matt wants, where N is the number he has


Miles ridden in one day during Seattle to Portland bike event