Fuoco Group LLP Merges with AIB Forensics

Fuoco Group LLP is proud to announce the merger of AIB Forensics to form Fuoco Fraud & Forensics LLC, doing business as Fuoco Forensics a division of Fuoco Group that will focus on analyzing, interpreting, summarizing, and presenting complex financial and business-related disputes resulting from legal proceedings, financial investigations, and mediation. 

A CPA and consulting firm headquartered in New York City and Hauppauge, New York, Fuoco Group welcomes and names Alan I. Blass, CPA, CFE, director within the Forensics division. 
 
"Alan will greatly enhance our forensic and litigation support experience," said Managing Partner, Lou J. Fuoco, CPA. "Alan brings not only a depth of expertise, but an entrepreneurial spirit to our firm."
 
The merger with AIB Forensics will expand Fuoco Group's forensic accounting and litigation support services beyond its current focus in Metro New York and the Northeast to the Southeast, especially Florida, Fuoco said.
 
For more information, visit the Fuoco website.
 
Source: August 7, 2012, Fuoco Group LLP News Release

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