BDO USA admits five new partners
BDO USA, LLP, announced that five new partners have been admitted to the partnership. Two of the new partners are in the tax practice, two are in the assurance business line, and one is in the national SEC group.
BDO is a national professional services firm providing assurance, tax, financial advisory, and consulting services to private and publicly traded businesses.
"I am very proud to welcome each of these very deserving individuals to our partnership," said Jack Weisbaum, CEO of BDO USA. "A key to success in our profession is a commitment to recruiting, training, and retaining superior client-service professionals. Each of these new partners has excelled in their specific technical area while providing the highest level of client service."
The newly elected partners include: Joseph Carr (Chicago - Tax), Anthony Lawrence (Grand Rapids - Assurance), Hoon Lee (San Francisco - Tax), Bryan Polozola (Dallas - Assurance), and Julie Valpey (National - SEC).
About BDO USA:
For 100 years, BDO has provided quality service through the active involvement of experienced and committed professionals. The firm serves clients through 38 offices and more than 400 independent alliance firm locations nationwide. As an independent Member Firm of BDO International Limited, BDO serves multi-national clients through a global network of 1,138 offices in 115 countries. BDO USA, LLP, a limited liability partnership, is the U.S. member of BDO International Limited, a UK company limited by guarantee, and forms part of the international BDO network of independent member firms. BDO is the brand name for the BDO network and for each of the BDO Member Firms.
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