Firm Executives

Success can be measured by the company you keep.

Bruce Engstrom, CVA, ABV, CFF


As our most junior partner once stated, "Resisting change is like trying not to breathe." Although partners, employees, and clients have come and gone; one thing remains timeless: our core values. These values have remained and grown stronger over the years. In order to be successful, you must start internally and work your way outward. I ask each team member to hold leadership accountable, ask tough questions, and offer their own opinions. Healthy debate will help us find the right solutions and welcome opportunities that challenge us on a daily basis.

Bruce Engstrom, a life-long Arkansan, opened the doors to his accounting firm in North Little Rock on January 1, 1981. He was later joined by four partners to form EGP PLLC.

Bruce continues to challenge himself and others at the firm by encouraging life-long learning. He has earned the title of Certified Valuation Analyst ( CVA ) and has been awarded an Accredited Business Valuation ( ABV ) certificate and a Certified in Financial Forensics certificate by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He has also served as a Master in Chancery Court, a special receiver in Federal Court and has testified as a court-appointed financial expert. He has been retained by U. S. Department of Justice, the Attorney General of Arkansas, the Arkansas Judicial Discipline Commission as an expert in various financial matters.

Bruce is a member of several professional organizations, and he is also the author of "Valuation of Closely Held Business" for the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association Docket.


Community Involvement

  • Commissioner-Arkansas Lottery Commission
  • Member-Arkansas Recreational Trails Fund Committee
  • Commissioner: Argenta Downtown Central Business Improvement
  • District No.31 of North Little Rock, Arkansas