Resnick Druckman and WeiserMazars Complete Merger
by Terri Eyden on
By Jason Bramwell, Staff Writer
New York City-based accounting, tax, and advisory service firm WeiserMazars LLP recently completed a merger with The Resnick Druckman Group LLC, a full-service accounting, tax, and consulting firm with offices in New York City and Long Island, New York.
"We are delighted to have the highly regarded industry leaders of The Resnick Druckman Group and their dedicated team joining our firm," WeiserMazars Managing Partner Douglas Phillips said in a written statement. "The addition of this experienced team significantly enhances our capabilities and service offerings, positioning our firm for further growth, especially in such sectors as consumer products, apparel, real estate, technology, and health care."
Resnick Druckman's thirty-three employees - including seven partners and principals and three directors - will join WeiserMazars' offices in New York City and Woodbury, Long Island. WeiserMazars' team of more than 100 partners and approximately 650 professionals are based out of six US offices, Israel, and the Cayman Islands.
Founded in 1921, WeiserMazars represents such clients as owner-managed businesses, multinational organizations, and high-net-worth individuals in a multitude of industries, such as:
- Financial services
- Food and beverage
- Media and entertainment
- Professional services firms
"Both of our firms have been very excited since initial discovery began. We quickly moved into active collaboration before the merger was finalized," Victor Wahba, partner-in-charge of WeiserMazars' New York City office, said in a written statement. "It already feels like we're integrated. We have been working together while ironing out the merger details."
Founded in 1937, Resnick Druckman is a regional practice representing high-net-worth individuals, businesses, and their owners across a wide range of industries, including the following:
- Family/closely held businesses
- Fashion and home furnishings
- Health care
- Manufacturing and distribution
- Not-for-profit organizations
- Real estate and construction
"WeiserMazars represents the best in professional talent and client service regionally, nationally, and internationally," Resnick Druckman Managing Partner Jeffrey Resnick said in a written statement. "We look forward to becoming part of a firm [that] shares our high standards of service when fulfilling our clients' financial and business needs."
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