McGladrey & Pullen Expands Into Five Major Markets

Through the acquisition of several firms across the United States, RSM McGladrey, Inc. and McGladrey & Pullen, LLP, has expanded its accounting and consulting practice into five new major markets, including Baltimore, Kansas City, Dallas, Philadelphia and Boston.

The acquisitions also expand the firm's network in New York and Chicago, and with the other five major cities, adds 850 new employees, 12 offices and more than $90 million in annual revenues.

McGladrey became a subsidiary of Kansas City-based H&R Block in 1999, and as a way to integrate the accounting subsidiaries together, actually acquired six of the seven new firms from its parent.

RSM International is the eighth largest accounting and consulting firm in the world.

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