Costantini, Mitchell, Petersen, Shulas Promoted to Director

We are excited to announce the creation of a new Director role within the firm and have appointed four of our leaders to hold these positions.  

Mark B. Bober



3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 300

Akron, OH 44333


About Mark

Industry & Service Expertise


Mark is the practice leader for the firm’s Transaction Advisory Services Group, serving private equity groups and equity sponsors across the country. He also leads the firm’s business valuation, litigation support and forensic accounting practice areas and was instrumental in the establishment and development of these niche areas. In addition to providing full-service to the firm’s clients, Mark is a key player in business and the community in Northeast Ohio and is a regarded expert with implementing growth strategies for client companies.

Prior to joining BMF, Mark was with Price Waterhouse from 1983 to 1992.



  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting, Miami University of Ohio


  • Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
  • Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV)
  • Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
  • Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF)

Professional and Civic Memberships and Activities


  • Maximizer
  • Responsibility
  • Discipline
  • Analytical
  • Learner

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