Prager Metis CPAs Expands Long Island, NY Presence; Merges with Mayer CPAs, LLP
Prager Metis CPAs, a top 100 public accounting and consulting firm with offices in the U.S. and London, announces the merger with Mayer CPAs, LLP a top accounting and business advisory firm on Long Island. The combined firms will offer a wider breadth of services to individual and corporate clients. The merger is effective immediately.
The four partners of Mayer CPAs, Robert Mayer, Stuart Mayer, Mark Ackerman and Mary Mooney will join Prager Metis as partners. Robert Mayer, Managing Partner of Mayer CPAs, will join Prager Metis as Partner in Charge of the Long Island Office, which will remain at Mayer CPAs present address in Woodbury. Stuart Mayer will be Partner in Charge of the fashion and digital media practices of the combined firm. Mark Ackerman will join the Estates and Trust Committee, and Mary Mooney will assist with training the staff and overseeing workflow. Barry Pulchin and Olga Averin, forensic accounting and business valuation experts, Partners of Prager Metis and their Litigation Services team, will be relocating to the larger office.
“We have been looking for a CPA Firm on Long Island that shares our values and standards of proactive service, so that we could better service our clients in the area. We chose Mayer CPAs due to their reputation for excellent client services in the tri-state area,” said Glenn Friedman, CEO of Prager Metis.
Mayer CPAs has maintained a reputation in the community as trusted advisors, continuously putting clients’ best interests at the forefront of all of decisions, which is what led to this merger. Prager Metis CPAs, known for their customized service and longstanding relationships, has a unique level of expertise and global presence. The firm has a strong national and international presence throughout its eight offices and offers a full range of accounting, audit, business management and consulting services.
“Our increased footprint, office expertise in specialty areas, like Forensic Accounting and Valuation Services, and in-house international business within the Firm, will significantly increase the benefits you receive,” said Stuart Mayer.
“This merger will allow many of the administrative duties to be taken on by Prager Metis, allowing each partner to apply their time to increased advisory services and focus on clients,” said Robert Mayer. “We assure you that we are committed to client service and professional excellence above all else and that we will maintain the proactive services you are accustomed to and expect,” Mayer continues, “As our clients’ trusted advisors, we promise that our service and accessibility will not be affected or change and that our areas of expertise will be supplemented with an increased depth of knowledge.”