Walker Freeman Joins CFOx’s Transaction Services Group

CFOx is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Walker Freeman, CPA. Walker will lead the firm’s Transaction Services group and have active involvement in the firm’s operations and strategy.

Walker has over 10 years of Big 4 CPA experience serving clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to founder-owned SMEs and startups. He has extensive experience with all aspects related to company accounting & finance functions and specializes in advising clients as they contemplate, navigate, and execute on a proposed Transaction. He is primarily focused on providing financial due diligence and strategic advisory services to the firm’s clients.

Prior to CFOx, Walker spent six years with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) in their Deals Advisory, Financial Due Diligence (FDD) group. He was primarily responsible for conducting and managing buy-side and sell-side transactions for public and privately owned companies of all sizes. While at PwC, Walker worked on over 50 engagements across various industries, including technology, retail, manufacturing, food and beverage, aerospace and defense, healthcare, veterinary medicine, and entertainment, among others. Prior to PwC, Walker spent four years with Deloitte in their Assurance group servicing both public and private clients.

Walker attended the University of Georgia and Georgia State University earning a Master’s degree in Accounting and Bachelor degrees in both Accounting and Finance.

Walker is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with the State of Georgia and holds a reciprocal CPA license with the State of Massachusetts.


CFOx is an advisory firm that specializes in CFO and Transaction services. Our CFO Services group serves private equity-backed and founder-owned businesses that need additional capabilities to scale and improve visibility into their business. Our Transaction Services group serves lower middle-market private equity firms, founder-owned businesses, and investment professionals during the transaction process.