CCR LLP Acquires Orlando CPA and Consulting Firm
CCR LLP (“CCR”), one of the nation’s top 100 accounting (as named by Accounting Today magazine) announced that it has combined operations with Geller, Ragans, James, Oppenheimer & Creel, a full-service CPA and consulting firm based in Orlando, Fla. The firm will operate in Central Florida under the CCR name and remain located in Geller Ragans’ longtime space at 111 North Orange Avenue, Suite 1100.
“Geller Ragans has a long and respected history serving clients in Central Florida, and this merger will enable them to continue that as part of CCR, with new and expanded services and a broader range of expertise,” said David A. Platt, managing partner at CCR. “It will also enable CCR to better serve our Florida clients with increased resources in the Orlando office, expand our client base in the region, and maintain our aggressive growth strategy.”
“We look forward to combining our talent and resources with CCR,” said Janet H. Rapp, managing partner at Geller Ragans. “Although different in size, our two firms are very similar in culture, have highly complementary practices and are extremely proud of the quality of our people, our work, and our service. This merger will bring together two well established and reputable accounting firms to further enhance the capability and capacity available to clients.”
CCR LLP (CCR), founded in 1918, provides assurance, tax and advisory services to privately-held businesses, public companies, not-for-profit organizations and individuals. With offices in Westborough and Boston, Massachusetts, Glastonbury, Connecticut and Providence, Rhode Island and a staff of more than 200 professionals,
About Geller, Ragans, James, Oppenheimer & Creel
GellerRagans, a top 25 Orlando CPA and consulting firm (as named by the Orlando Business Journal) was formally organized in 1978. With client relationships dating to the 1940s, Geller Ragans has a proven track record for providing outstanding assurance, tax and advisory services to the Central Florida community.
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