Marian Shaw was promoted to managing director of UHY Advisors, New York, and partner with UHY. Shaw, who has been with the firm for more than 18 years, advises large corporate tax clients and participates in the tax planning and due diligence activities for the firm’s international clients, specializing in Asia.
Draffin & Tucker announced three promotions: In the Albany office, Matt Atkins was promoted to manager and Richard Crum was promoted to senior accountant, both in the firm’s healthcare practice; and in Atlanta, Jake Kitchens was promoted to manager in the healthcare practice.
David Gannon was hired as a partner in the government services division of PKF O’Connor Davies. Gannon has 20 years of experience in the industry and was formerly a partner at a regional firm with offices in New York and New Jersey, where he worked with large public sector clients to implement governmental accounting standards.
Steve Kimble was named chairman and CEO of Deloitte Tax, succeeding Carl Allegretti, who led the tex business for five years and will continue in leadership roles for the U.S. and global marketplace. Kimble most recently led a team of 4,300 professionals in the specialized tax services practice, which includes global employer services, international tax and transfer pricing, mergers and acquisitions, multistate tax services and Washington tax policy. He also served on Deloitte’s board of directors and served large multinational clients in financial services, energy, manufacturing, health care and retail.
Craig Savell was announced as the next managing partner of Margolin, Winer & Evens, New York, where he has been a longtime partner, in a planned transition that has him succeeding Teddy Selinger. Selinger will take on the role of CEO and managing partner in 2017 and Savell will serve as co-managing partner for 2017. In 2018, Savell will assume sole leadership of the firm. An accounting and auditing partner, Savell is a longtime member of the firm’s executive board and chairman of the manufacturing and distribution group. He has been a partner at MWE since 1996.
CohnReznick, New York, appointed 12 professionals to its partnership: Cindy Fang, partner and leader of the firm’s tax credit investment services group based in the Boston office; Henrietta Fuchs, partner and co-leader of the manufacturing and distribution industry practice for the Roseland, N.J., office; Brian Gershen, a partner who works with closely-held businesses in the firm’s Bethesda, Md., office; Shellie Gifford, a partner who provides accounting services for real estate and governmental clients in Atlanta; Ryan Holbert, a partner in the tax practice in the Atlanta office; Jennifer Krahling, a partner and member of the firm’s manufacturing and distribution industry practice in the Eatontown, N.J. office; James LaCroix, a partner and member of the firm’s healthcare industry practice in Hatford, Conn.; Andrew Lines, a principal in CohnReznick Advisory specializing in valuation advisory services in the Chicago office; Rocco Marotti, a partner and member of the firm’s law firm industry practice in the Eatontown office; Pasquale Patrone, a partner and member of the manufacturing and distribution industry practice, retail and consumer products industry practice, and employee benefit plan audit practice in the New York office; Robert Richardt, a partner and member of the financial services industry practice, specializing in the investment management industry, in New York; and Richard Shevak, a principal in the national tax practice who heads the firm’s tax fixed asset and accounting methods practice in the Roseland office.
Oleg Ikhelson was hired as a tax principal at Berdon LLP, New York. Ikhelson has nearly 20 years of experience advising high net-worth individuals and families.