Matthew J. Boland CPA, CCIFP, Director – Accounting & Assurance with McCarthy & Company, PC, recently earned the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP) designation awarded by The Institute of Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals, Inc. (ICCIFP). He is now among the most highly qualified construction financial professionals in the industry. Two other members of the firm – Marty McCarthy, CPA, CCIFP, managing partner, and David Gibbs, CPA, CCIFP, MBA, partner, also hold this esteemed designation.

Earning the CCIFP designation was important to me. It formally recognizes my expertise in construction accounting. I was interested in earning the CCIFP designation so I can help my clients strengthen their financial positions, grow their businesses, and become more profitable. That is the value proposition that McCarthy & Company delivers its clients.

Matthew J. Boland, McCarthy & Company, PC


By earning the CCIFP designation, Boland joins an exclusive group of fewer than 1,200 professionals nationwide who have met ICCIFP’s rigorous standards in the practice of construction financial management. Established in 2003, CCIFP is the only standard to recognize financial professionals with a superior understanding of the industry’s financial opportunities and challenges. To earn the designation, an applicant must serve in a professional financial role for a construction contractor or an accounting and/or financial service provider to the industry and pass a comprehensive exam. To maintain this certification, members are required to complete ongoing continuing education in the field of construction financial management.

A graduate of Muhlenberg College, Boland earned a Bachelor of Art degree in accounting and finance in 2010.  He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA), National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP), General Building Contractors Association (GBCA), and Construction Association of Eastern Pennsylvania (CAEP).