Long Island CPA firm Janover LLC’s JRS Financial Services unit has merged in Hagan & Burns CPAs PC.

Hagan & Burns is a two-partner practice in New York that focuses on financial and operations principal matters, and regulatory and consulting services for broker-dealers. It will now operate under the JRS brand. Joel Sinkin and Bill Carlino of Transition Advisors, a mergers and acquisitions consulting firm serving the accounting profession, arranged the deal.

H&B’s two partners, Len Hagan and Rosemary Burns, have joined JRS as principals, strengthening JRS's position in providing financial management and advisory services to the financial services industry.

“Hagan & Burns has proudly served the broker-dealer community on Wall Street and throughout the country for over 20 years, providing a variety of financial, operational, regulatory and compliance services,” the two partners said in a statement. “Hagan & Burns looks forward to our future with the Janover family, combining our experience and services, and enduring dedication to our clients.”

Janover is one of the biggest independent CPA firms in the New York area and generated nearly $30 million in annual revenues last year.

“We are excited about adding the Hagan & Burns team to our organization,” said JRS Financial Services managing director Chad Kirschenblatt in a statement. “Their professionalism, wealth of knowledge and experience in the broker-dealer industry will prove to be tremendous assets for our clients.”

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