North Carolina-based accounting firm announce merger with Florida firm

Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, L.L.P. (CB&H) has acquired the Miami-based accounting and consulting firm of McKean, Paul, Chrycy, Fletcher & Co. (MPCF). Four MPCF partners will be joining the leadership of CB&H. Jamie Byington and Joel Chrycy will join as tax partners, and Larry Fletcher and Michael Weinstein will join as audit partners. With this expansion, CB&H’s Florida practice will have 19 partners and more than 150 professionals, placing CB&H among the largest non-Big 4 accounting firms in Florida.

Cherry, Bekaert & Holland has been providing financial and management services to a diverse client base for more than 60 years. CB&H, a certified public accounting and consulting firm, is ranked among the top 30 accounting firms in the country and is one of the largest regional CPA firms headquartered in the Southeast.

"We are pleased to have Jamie Byington, Joel Chrycy, Larry Fletcher, and Michael Weinstein as part of our firm," said Paul Fedorkowicz, partner-in-charge. "The talent and expertise within MPCF builds upon CB&H's already strong foundation, expanding our solid reputation as industry experts and providers of specialized services in the region."

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