Moss Adams Strengthens Firm With L.A. Acquisition

Group 'B' firm Moss Adams has announced it will merge the Beverly Hills office of Braverman Codron into its practice.

According to the Electronic Accountant, the merger provides Moss Adams a total of 27 offices, more than 140 partners and combined, annual revenues exceeding $140 million.

Braverman Codron is a multi-faceted practice with nine partners and 45 employees. Annual revenues exceed $6 million. Services offered by the firm include tax, accounting, estate planning, business management, investment planning, business valuation and litigation consulting.

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