Prager Metis relocates in N.J.; Cherry Bekaert hosts private equity summit; and more news from CPA offices across the country.
Armanino, San Ramon, has teamed with the Institute of Internal Auditors’ East Bay chapter to present on risk management and compliance topics. The next event is Feb. 22 at 8 a.m., when Jay Ranade of Risk Management Professional International will present on vendor risk management at Armanino’s San Ramon office located at 12657 Alcosta Blvd. Suite #500.
Cooper Norman CPAs & Advisors, Idaho Falls, joined accounting association CPAmerica International.
Postlethwaite & Netterville, Baton Rouge, released results from the 2018 Leading Edge Alliance National Manufacturing Outlook Survey. The 450 manufacturing executive participants had a more positive outlook for the economy in 2018 than in 2017. The full report can be viewed here.
Rucci Bardaro & Falzone, Woburn, announced a name change to RBF, along with a rebranding that includes a new logo and website.
Anders CPAs + Advisors, St. Louis, was named one of St. Louis Business Journal’s 2018 Best Places to Work for the fourth consecutive year.
Prager Metis has relocated its Morganville office to a larger and renovated space in Cranbury, at 1249 South River Road, Suite 303.
Whitman Business Advisors, Monmouth County, announced the addition of Strategic Funding, an online lender and alternative finding provider for small businesses, to Whitman’s Practice Growth multiplier service offering.
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BDO, New York, released its ninth annual Private Equity Perspectives Survey, which found that 57 percent of private equity fund managers say tax reform is the policy issue that would have the most impact on their strategies. More results from the survey are available here.
Hertz Herson CPA, New York, has joined accounting association CPAmerica International.
Cherry Bekaert hosted a Global Private Equity Collaboration Summit in Charlotte on Jan. 31, organized in conjunction with Baker Tilly International. This was a continuation of prior collaboration summits in Cancun, Chicago, Bangkok and Amsterdam, where individuals have worked on standardization and strategies to enhance the overall skills available to serve the industry segment.
Clark Schaefer Hackett, Cincinnati, is celebrating its 80th anniversary by raising $80,000 to purchase decontamination units for Ohio and Northern Kentucky fire stations through its “Healthy Heroes” campaign, with the goal of helping firefighters and first responders remove toxins after fighting fires. (Read the full story.)
WeTec International CPAs, Taipei, has joined Morison KSi as a member firm of the global association.
Corliss & Solomon, Nashville, was accepted as a member of nationwide CPA firm association the Nonprofit CPAs Alliance.