RSM McGladrey Inc. announced its leaders for eight regional offices across the country, including some of its largest markets. The announcements follow a three-month review of top leaders after the acquisition of American Express Tax and Business Services on Oct. 1, 2005.

The new regional leaders include:

  • Joe Adams, executive managing director of the expanded Great Lakes region, which includes 13 offices, 150 managing directors and 1,300 employees. Adams had previously headed RSM McGladrey's Great Lakes economic unit.
  • Ron Barzen, executive managing director of the expanded southern California region, which includes six offices, 35 managing directors and more than 300 employees. Barzen had previously headed RSM McGladrey's southern California economic unit.
  • Frank Compiani, executive managing director of the expanded south Florida region, which includes five offices, 24 managing directors and 250 employees. Compiani had previously headed RSM McGladrey's South Florida economic unit.
  • Stephen Dooley, executive managing director of the expanded Boston region, which includes three offices, 22 managing directors and 200 employees. Dooley had previously headed RSM McGladrey's Boston economic unit.
  • Gerry Golub, executive managing director of the expanded New York region, which includes two offices, 88 managing directors and more than 700 employees. Golub had previously headed TBS's New York office.
  • Mitch Gorochow, executive managing director of the expanded mid-Atlantic region, which includes seven offices, 57 managing directors and 700 employees. Gorochow had previously headed RSM McGladrey's mid-Atlantic economic unit.
  • David Sibits, executive managing director of the Ohio region, which includes five offices, 34 managing directors and more than 215 employees. Sibits had previously headed TBS's Eastern region.
  • Bill Wells, executive managing director of the expanded desert Southwest region, which includes three offices, 17 managing directors and 230 employees. Wells had previously headed RSM McGladrey's desert Southwest economic unit.

RSM McGladrey ranked No. 9 on Accounting Today's 2005 list of Top 100 Firms, with revenues of $385 million. With the acquisition of TBS, it would have combined estimated annual revenues of $1.05 billion.

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