Holtz Rubenstein Reminick Expands Litigation & Valuation Services with Merger
Holtz Rubenstein Reminick LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Business Advisers, has merged with Rand Consulting Group Inc., Certified Forensic Examiners, Accountants and Valuation Analysts. The merger significantly expands Holtz Rubenstein Reminick's existing Litigation & Valuation Services Group and positions the firm as one of the largest mid-size forensic accounting, valuation and litigation support firms in the New York metropolitan area.
In addition to announcing the merger, Holtz Rubenstein Reminick welcomes into its partnership group Martin P. Randisi, CPA, MBA, ASA, as the partner in charge of the Litigation & Valuation Services Group.
"This merger is a winning combination for our clients, their attorneys, and us," said Frank Candia, Managing Partner of Holtz Rubenstein Reminick. "Together we can deliver the same suite of litigation support, forensic accounting and valuation services offered by firms much larger than us, yet still maintain the personalized attention that is our firm's hallmark."
Martin Randisi agrees, "I'm looking forward to the expanded resources that Holtz Rubenstein Reminick brings to the table, which enables us to compete with virtually any competitor. Moreover, as a result of the merger, our group will have offices both in mid-town Manhattan and on Long Island, enabling us to reach a wider client base and better service our existing clients."
In the litigation area, the firm provides investigatory accounting and fraud auditing for economic damage computation, lost profit, breach of contract, construction claims, and white-collar crimes. Its valuation services assist owners in estate and gift planning, buy-sell agreements, marital disputes, sales/acquisitions, and corporate planning. In addition, the group offers specialized auditing and forensic skills for compliance auditing, monitorships, and evaluation of internal controls.
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