Regional accounting firm Citrin Cooperman said it was expanding into Philadelphia and building its existing offices with the addition of other accounting firms and practices.
The Philadelphia deal involves a merger with Yampolsky Mandeloff Silver Ryan, the first time that firm has expanded outside the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Terms of the deals were not disclosed, but Citrin expects the Philly deal to add $4.5 million to $5.5 million in revenue, along with four partners and 30 professional staff.
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