Friedman, New York, announced 12 new partners and two managing principals. As tax partners, the firm named: Kathy Deng, Matthew Citrolo, Heather Goldstein and Kimberly Kelly in New York; Michael Bowen-Ashwin and Brad Slavinski in Marlton; Tim Duffy in Philadelphia; and Michael Pace in East Hanover; as audit partners: Patrick Dugan in Philadelphia; Steven Fischer in New York; Ken Harris in Marlton; and Alexandre Rodrigues in East Hanover. The firm named Lindsay Gaal, COO/chief human resources officer, and David Shuster, tax controversy, as managing principals.
Mazars, New York, donated $100,000 to 10 local charities in honor of its 100th anniversary and as part of its annual giving initiative.
Deloitte, New York, released its 4Q21 survey of Fortune 500 CFOs, taking the pulse of North American financial executives’ economic outlook.
The American Institute of CPAs, New York, honored Alan Sobel, managing member of SobelCo and president of the New Jersey Society of CPAs, with its Special Recognition Award for his leadership and innovation in bringing about a new law in New Jersey: the Pass-Through Business Alternative Tax Act. (Read the full story.) Additionally, the AICPA announced it is accepting applications for a range of scholarships totalling nearly $1 million, with most operating under a March 1, 2022, deadline. (Read the full story.)
EisnerAmper, New York, launched EisnerAmper Digital, previously the process, risk and technology solutions group, bringing together the firm’s risk advisory, digital and cybersecurity experts to help clients scale and reinvent critical financial processes.
Shakeel Hussain was hired as a partner in the White Plains office at Citrin Cooperman.
Steven Zelin, managing member at Zelin & Associates CPA, New York, was named to the board of directors of the Accountants Club.