Marcum names Jeff Weiner as chairman and CEO
Marcum LLP has named its longtime managing partner, Jeffrey M. Weiner, as chairman and CEO, and David Bukzin as vice chairman.
The firm’s Executive Committee approved the changes, which take effect immediately. Marcum ranked 16th on Accounting Today’s 2017 list of the Top 100 Firms, with $449 million in annual revenue.
Weiner has been managing partner of the firm since 1990. Bukzin has held several jobs at Marcum, including partner-in-charge of the firm’s SEC Services Practice group. He will continue to lead the national SEC practice along with Marcum’s New York City office. The firm said other leadership titles at the office and service line management levels have been changed as well.
“All of these changes will help support Marcum’s continued growth and better align the Firm with others in the accounting industry,” Weiner said in a statement. “As Marcum has expanded into new geographies and service offerings and absorbed other firms with their own cultures, it has become more complex over time to maintain a clearly defined leadership system. These changes will simplify things and make it easier for clients and future partners to understand our structure.”
Under Weiner’s leadership, Marcum has grown over the past 27 years from a one-office regional firm of 20 employees to one of the largest firms in the U.S. Earlier this month, Marcum announced plans to merge in the construction accounting practice of Warren Hennagin in Irvine, Calif., and last month to add Meyers, Harrison & Pia LLC and Meyers, Harrison & Pia Valuation and Litigation Support LLC, in New Haven, Conn., and Portland, Maine (see Marcum merges in Hennagin and Marcum adds Meyers, Harrison & Pia).