BDO Seidman LLP has announced that 17 new partners will be admitted to the firm partnership, effective July 1.

Of the new partners, 11 work in the firm's assurance practice, three in tax and three in the specialized services business line.

"I am very proud to welcome each of these very deserving individuals to our partnership," said chief executive Jack Weisbaum, in a statement. "Our firm is experiencing a period of unprecedented growth. The key to sustaining that growth is a commitment to continued technical excellence and superior client service. Each of these professionals is an example of that commitment."

The newly elected partners include:

  • Scot Butcher (Boston - Tax);
  • Chris Craven (Richmond, Va. - Assurance);
  • Catherine Fox (Dallas - Tax);
  • Carla Freeman (Los Angeles - Assurance);
  • Mark Giamo (Woodbridge, N.J. - Assurance);
  • Jeffrey Katz (New York - Specialized Services);
  • Gregory Klemchek (Long Island, N.Y. - Assurance);
  • Natalie Kotlyar (New York - Assurance);
  • Robert Lavenberg (New York - Assurance);
  • Anthony Lendez (New York - Specialized Services);
  • Imran Makda (New York - Assurance);
  • Craig Silberberg (New York - Assurance);
  • Richard Spengler (Grand Rapids, Mich. - Tax);
  • Ben Termini (New York - Specialized Services);
  • Luis Torres (New York - Assurance);
  • Yuko Wakasugi (San Francisco - Assurance); and,
  • Wayne Williams (Dallas - Assurance).

BDO Seidman was ranked No. 9 on Accounting Today's 2006 list of Top 100 Firms, with revenues of $440 million.Previously on WebCPA:

BDO Seidman Opens Phoenix Office (April 14, 2006)BDO's U.S. Revenues Up 21 Percent (Dec. 21, 2005)

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