Mark A. Davidoff, Michigan managing partner of Deloitte LLP, plans to retire Dec. 31 and will then join The Fisher Group in Southfield as president and CEO effective Jan. 2, 2020.
Deloitte is headquartered in the United Kingdom and has its U.S. headquarters in New York. Michigan locations are in Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Midland.
The Fisher Group is a single-family office for the three-generation family members of Max M. and Margorie S. Fisher.
“It’s been a high honor to serve as Deloitte’s Michigan managing partner, which has prepared me to lead The Fisher Group in keeping with the vision of the founders,” says Davidoff.
Davidoff will partner with Doug Bitonti Stewart, executive director the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation. He will focus on NextGen engagement and succeed Ira J. Jaffe, who currently holds the position and is founder of the law firm Jaffe Raitte Heuer and Weiss in Southfield. Jaffe will continue to work with The Fisher Group.
Davidoff joined Deloitte and Touche LLP in 2005 and became Michigan managing partner in 2011, overseeing 1,200 professionals in Michigan. In this role, he has been responsible for the strategy, operations, talent, and business development of the practice.
Prior to working with Deloitte, Davidoff was executive director and COO of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit. His career includes 20 years in leadership roles with impact organizations.
Davidoff is chairman of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and Michigan Israel Business Accelerator. He also serves on the boards for United Way of Southeastern Michigan, Business Leaders for Michigan, and the Detroit Economic Club.
After completing a bachelor’s degree in accounting at Wayne State University, Davidoff earned a master’s degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He is a CPA.