CliftonLarsonAllen has merged in two firms: Peto & Company CPAs in Tucson, Ariz., and Repanich & Clevenger CPAs in Seattle, Wash., expanding the firm’s presence in both cities.

After the mergers, CLA will have more than 70 professionals in Tucson and over 100 in Seattle.

“Capabilities and culture matter,” said Loretta Peto of Peto & Company in a statement. “We chose CLA because of the vast resources it has to offer our clients and our team, and the down-to-earth manner in which the team operates. It is a great match, and we look forward to continuing to serve our community together, as CLA.”

In Seattle, Mick Repanich of Repanich & Clever, along with director Lyell Fracas, will join CLA.

“I know that joining CLA will be good for our clients,” said Repanich. “CLA is a firm that acts small and has deep resources. Simply put, we’ll continue with our commitment to help advance our clients’ success, backed by a deep pool of talent.”

CLA, based in Minneapolis, has been doing a number of M&A deals this year, merging in Tsakopulos Brown Schott & Anchors, Adams, Martin & Associates, Bruner Cox, Four Point Partners, Guthoff Mehall Allen & Company, Komisar Brady & Co. LLP, and Galanti & Company P.C. The firm ranked 9th on Accounting Today’s 2016 list of the Top 100 Firms, with $650 million in annual revenue.

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