Each year for the past decade, the appetite for mergers and acquisitions in the accounting space has outpaced the previous year – and 2015 was no exception. What’s more, the market continues to shift in unexpected ways, as the supply of buyers and sellers changes, along with what they hope to accomplish in individual deals.

To help map out the M&A landscape for the year ahead, we asked a number of experts in the field to share their thoughts on what 2016 will hold for firms looking to combine. Our “virtual roundtable” included Steven Berger, a shareholder at law firm Vedder Price; Allan Koltin, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group; Ronald Loberfeld, managing partner of Abrams Little-Gill Loberfeld; Jay Nisberg, of Jay Nisberg & Associates; Russell Shapiro, a member of the Corporate & Securities Group at law firm Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC; and Joel Sinkin, president of Transition Advisors.

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