Katz, Sapper & Miller joins Nexia International
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After more than 65 years building a reputation as a provider of accounting, audit, tax and consulting services, Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP has joined Nexia International, a global organization of independent accounting and consulting firms.
“Through our affiliation with Nexia International we are gaining access to an international association of firms with diverse areas of experience,” says Katz, Sapper & Miller Chairman Curt Miller. “We will have a forum for the exchange of ideas among our international peers and many of the major financial centers worldwide. In addition, through our relationship with Nexia we will enhance our ability to serve clients with operations in multiple locations in the U.S. and abroad.” Nexia International has 520 offices in more than 100 countries. In the U.S. Nexia is represented by 19 member firms in 61 offices across 48 cities, with total revenues of $680 million in 2008.
“Katz, Sapper & Miller comes with a superb reputation, significant resources and a genuine commitment to its clients,” states Larry Chastang, Nexia Regional Chairman, North & Central America. “Its partners and employees are respected throughout the Midwestern region for their expertise and commitment to the clients they serve. The addition of such a powerful new member in the Midwest reinforces our market position as one of the leading independent mid-tier networks in the U.S. today.”
About Katz, Sapper & Miller:
An employee-owned firm, Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP is the largest locally-based accounting firm in Indianapolis. In business since 1942, the firm’s thousands of clients cover an array of industries including construction, manufacturing, not-for-profit, government, real estate, dealerships, transportation, healthcare, hospitality, and life sciences. Katz, Sapper & Miller has also been named one of the “Best of the Best” accounting firms in the U.S. by INSIDE Public Accounting magazine.
About Nexia International:
Nexia International is a global network of independent accounting and consulting firms with 520 offices in more than 100 countries, providing a comprehensive portfolio of assurance, tax, and advisory services. With a substantial presence in the world’s major financial and economic centers, Nexia is strategically positioned to serve the diverse international requirements of clients ranging from globally listed entities and international subsidiaries, to owner-managed businesses and high net worth individuals. Nexia member firms had a combined global fee income of $2.2 billion in 2008. In addition, Nexia was ranked the 10th largest international network by revenue in the latest International Accounting Bulletin World Survey (Dec. 2008).
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