Las Vegas (Jan. 14, 2004) -- While mergers and acquisitions are expected to heat up in 2004, firms pursuing M&A as a primary growth strategy need to adhere to a strict set of criteria to avoid adding a headache in lieu of a bona-fide revenue enhancer, a managing partner advised.

Tom Marino, managing partner of regional powerhouse J.H. Cohn, of Roseland, N.J., told attendees at the Winning Is Everything Conference, here, that his firm had executed 12 M&A deals since 1996, which has boosted firm volume 500 percent, with average partner compensation rising 173 percent.

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