Merger between Hadley and Whittlesey Expands
Hadley & Whittlesey, the Hartford Conn regional leader at the firm has agreed to a merg with Anastasio PC and Weinstein, Conn. This merger is a representative of the growth plan of Hadley & Whittlesey in expanding services, geographical diversification and continued growth in staff, size and services.
The combined firms are expected to have 155 people and factoring 21 partners located in Hamden, Hartford, Massachusetts, Holyoke and Connecticut. In a statement, the Whittlesey & Haldley managing partner Drew Andrews said that he is committed to the aggressive plan of growing the firm and adding the team’s depth in the whole of Northeast while at the same time proceeding with client services of high quality which is a tradition that differentiates them from their competitors.
Anastasio & Weinstein offers a wide range of auditing, accounting, business consulting and taxation services to businesses that are held closely in various industries similarly to individuals of high net worth across New York and New England. Andrews said that through the joint teamwork, it will enable them show their clients that even through growth, the merger is committed in retaining the esteemed reputation as having expertise of national firm and a local firm responsiveness. Anastasio & Weinstein having started in 192, will continue offering their services to clients and also functioning in strategic leadership roles in the communities of Southern Connecticut from their Connecticut office in Hamden while in the process of acquisition of the brand, Whittlesey & Hadley.
Anastasio & Weinstein said that they were very happy to be joining Whittlesey & Hadley as they have known the organization for a considerable period of time. They have also partnered with them through the affiliation of North America PKF, Roger Sciascia who is now the managing partner of Weinstein & Anastasio confirmed that. There is a common philosophy shared by the firms in terms of client service delivery and also a common vision in future growth and success at the market places of New York and New England. He continued saying that the combination will help in integrating accomplishments and technical resources that will enable sustained delivery of remarkable client services.
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