CPA firms merge

Long-time Jerusalem CPA firm Haggai Wollenstein & Co. is merging with the Leon Orlitzky & Co accounting firm, in a deal that will bring together 140 employees and eight partners.

By LEAH GRANOF
January 3, 2007 07:42

 
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Long-time Jerusalem CPA firm Haggai Wollenstein & Co. is merging with the Leon Orlitzky & Co accounting firm, in a deal that will bring together 140 employees and eight partners. The merger, they said, is part of a business strategy to compete with industry specialists particularly in hi-tech and financial services. Wollenstein brings its experience in tax, international investments, and non-profits to the merger while Orlitzky provides expertise in the public and private sectors.

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