A leading firm in business valuation and litigation support, Meyers, Harrison & Pia (MHP) has merged with Marcum LLP, a national accounting and advisory services firm. MHP brings to Marcum 55 partners and staff located in New Haven, Conn., and Portland, Maine. Marcum, based in New York, ranked 16th on Accounting Today’s list of the “Top 100 Firms,” with $449 million in annual revenue.
MHP is a full-service CPA firm providing accounting, audit, tax, and advisory services to a wide range of clients and industries. The firm specializes in complex business valuation, financial forensic, and litigation support engagements. MHP partners serve frequently as expert witnesses, and they are authoritative speakers, authors, and reviewers on valuation and economic damages topics. For example, MHP’s Nancy Fannon is the co-editor (with Jonathan Dunitz) of The Comprehensive Guide to Economic Damages, 4th edition, and is the co-author (with Keith Sellers) of Taxes and Value: The Ongoing Research and Analysis Relating to the S Corporation Valuation Puzzle.
"Joining Marcum will give MHP's clients and staff significantly greater resources as well as access to a deep bench of talent across the firm's practice areas, including in advisory services,” said MHP CEO Mark Harrison in a release. “Our combined expertise constitutes one of the strongest valuation and litigation support practices in the country." Harrison will join the Marcum Executive Committee. The MHP entities that merged with Marcum are Meyers, Harrison & Pia LLC and Meyers, Harrison & Pia Valuation and Litigation Support LLC.
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