Published 1:55 pm CDT, Monday, July 23, 2018
Marcum, an independent public accounting and advisory services firm based in New York City, has gained a presence in Texas through a merger with GBH CPAs of Houston.
The deal, which expands the firm’s ability to service the oil and gas industry, closed July 1.
Jeff Houston, GBH’s CEO and a founding partner, serves as office managing partner in Houston. The merger, which brings four partners and 25 associates to Marcum, gives the company 30 offices including 23 in the U.S.
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“GBH is an ideal partner for Marcum in Texas, which has been an important geographic priority for us since our entry into the Midwest in the Chicago region in 2015,” Marcum’s chairman and CEO Jeffrey M. Weiner said in an announcement.
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The GBH tax and audit firm provides public company services, international tax, business valuations, litigation support, employee stock-ownership plans, and succession- and estate-planning services.
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