Plus Getty Marcus makes a Manhattan move and Baker Tilly International adds a Seychelles firm
A collection of firm news from across the country.
Tax firm Andersen Global announced a collaboration agreement with Moodys Gartner Tax Law LLP, which will expand its presence in Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver. Moody's Gartner provides tax advisory, planning, dispute resolution and compliance services. Andersen Global now has a presence in 55 locations worldwide.
TrinSoft, Lexington, donated 10 percent of 2016 profits to charity, continuing its annual charitable tradition. (Read the full story.)
WithumSmith+Brown, Princeton, held its annual State of the Firm meeting, where the firm unveiled its latest video, “Financial Artists.” This year’s installment takes a light-hearted look at accounting stereotypes and how Withum strives to shatter them. During the meeting, managing partner and CEO Bill Hagaman also gave the 800 attending staff members an overview of Withum’s strategic plan and gave a favorable forecast for accounting as a career.
Getty Marcus announced a new location for its New York City office, now located at 1407 Broadway in Manhattan. The firm has another office in Woodbury, Long Island.
Top 100 Firm AKT, Salem, has rebranded itself Aldrich, and the AKT Family of Companies will now be known as the Aldrich Group, acknowledging its founder, Kent Aldrich, who started the firm in 1973. The rebranding includes a new logo and a refreshed Web site.
Mahé, Mathur Associates joined Baker Tilly International as a member firm and is in the process of merging with Baker Tilly JFC Group, the network’s existing member firm operating in Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.