Armanino McKenna, a regional CPA and business advisory services firm, has named Andrew J. Armanino as managing partner of the 52-year-old practice, headquartered here, effective immediately. Armanino, son of the firm's founder, succeeds Joseph Moore, who is transitioning to retire and will continue with the firm in a senior consulting post. Armanino most recently served as senior audit partner. The 18-partner firm also promoted Paul O'Grady to partner in the Audit Department, and added Ralph Haskew as manager in the firm's tax practice. In 1995, Armanino was made partner, and during his tenure he has helped AM establish its technology and wealth management practices. He joined AM in 1989 after serving as a senior auditor with Arthur Young. Armanino McKenna ranked No. 88 on Accounting Today's 2004 Top 100 Firms list with revenues of $19.2 million.

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