Alliott Group Announces Israeloff, Trattner Leadership

The New York firm of Israeloff, Trattner & Co. has announced its role as founding member of the new Alliott Group North America. The group, which will officially launch this fall, combines talents from 118 firms with more than 188 offices in 56 countries.

Israeloff, Trattner partner, Robert L. Israeloff is the former chair of the AICPA and former president of the New York State Society of CPAs. Jon Meyer, chair of the Alliott Group feels Israeloff's "knowledge and insights will be a tremendous asset as we expand our new organization."

The goal of the Alliott Group is to "transcend the traditional rold of accountants - acting as management and financial consultatns to individuals and businesses."

The Alliott Group is planning a practice development conference called "No Boundaries" in Las Vegas, September 11 and 12 and hopes to attract additional members at that time. Progressive, mid-sized firms that are interested in attending the September 12 conference, or finding out more
about Alliott Group North America can contact Anita Meola via phone at 908-879-9795 or via email at rmonkey@idt.net.

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