Hawkins, Borup, Cloward and Co. has met the highest quality control standards set by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, according to an independent peer review.

Peer reviews are required for membership in AICPA's division for CPA firms. The division is a voluntary self-regulatory organization of firms established to foster quality performance. About half the CPAs in public practice are members of firms that have joined the division.In evaluating the firm's quality controls, peer reviewers concluded that Hawkins, Borup and Cloward hires highly qualified people, that it properly supervises them and provides them with professional training and that it provides them with necessary technical resources.