Firms on the move: UHY Michigan celebrates 50 years by donating $50K

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  • July 13 2018, 1:16pm EDT

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FICPA announces this year’s class of Emerging Leaders; Mauldin & Jenkins opens Savannah office; and more news from CPA offices across the country.

CANADA

Facet Advisors, Vancouver, became a new member firm of global network HLB International.

PFC Accounting, Calgary and Red Deer, joined global association PKF International.

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ECUADOR

Profile Cia, Quito, and FIDESBURó Cia, Guayaquil, have both joined international association Andersen Global, adopting the Andersen Tax & Legal name.

FLORIDA

The Florida Institute of CPAs announced the second class of its Emerging Leaders Program, featuring 24 leaders from across the state. (Read the full story.)

GEORGIA

Mauldin & Jenkins, Atlanta, announced the merger of KRT CPAs’ governmental practice division, adding the firm’s Savannah office as Mauldin & Jenkin’s newest Georgia location.

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ITALY

Analisi, Rome, became a new member firm of global network HLB International.

MICHIGAN

UHY’s Michigan practice celebrated 50 years by pledging $50,000 in the form of $1,000 donations to 50 local charities. (Read the full story.)

NEW YORK

WithumSmith+Brown, New York, formed a digital currency and blockchain technology services group, an extension of its technology services group, to address the challenges posed by digital assets, cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Partner Chris DeMayo will be leading the new group. (Read the full story.)

LCS&Z, Latham, announced a legal name change to Lutz, Selig & Zeronda, recognizing founding partners William Lutz, Edward Selig and William Zeronda.

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PENNSYLVANIA

Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, Philadelphia, was named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work in Philadelphia by the Philadelphia Business Journal, in the large companies category, for the second consecutive year.