Bennett Moore
Lead Digital Asset Technical Resource


Bennett Moore is RSM’s Lead Digital Asset Technical Resource and a Senior Innovation Architect for RSM’s Blockchain and Digital Asset Innovation Practice where he is involved in the creation of integrated client teams across all LOBs to address multi-dimensional client needs, the education of the firm on digital assets and their impacts to our clients and our firm, and consulting on complex technical projects related the use of digital assets. He works in an advisory capacity to various lines of business including audit, tax, technical accounting consulting, risk and regulatory consulting, and transaction advisory services related to the use, accounting, and compliance of all categories of digital assets. He is a recognized thought leader by his firm on digital asset security, accounting, taxation, and architectural strategy.

Bennett has been an active educator, investor, trader, auditor, consultant, and researcher in the blockchain and digital asset space for five years and has developed an in-depth understanding of the accounting, IT security, regulatory risks, and due diligence procedures for clients spanning across entities such as exchanges, financial institutions, digital asset issuers (ICOs/STOs), custodians, PE/VC/Hedge funds, broker dealers, development companies, public/private mining companies and more. Bennett has developed numerous internal and external client resources for his firm including a detailed due diligence assessment framework for digital asset client acceptance, a US digital asset taxation primer, reports on audit assertions as they apply to auditing digital assets, support on accounting methodologies for complex digital asset activities such as borrowing/lending, staking, and more, a framework on operational internal controls around digital asset security, and various other resources. He gives frequent presentations at internal/external conferences, universities and national panels. 

Bennett is an author of an AICPA course on auditing blockchain technology, a representative for RSM on three blockchain initiatives at the Chamber of Digital Commerce, the chairman of the Accounting Blockchain Coalition’s working group on internal controls, a member of a CTCPA Sub-Committee on Innovation, and a member of Connecticut’s Blockchain Regulation Working Group under the Department of Economic & Community Development.

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