PKF O’Connor Davies Welcomes Bonamassa, Maietta & Cartelli, LLP
New partnership expands Firm’s footprint in New York City, adds insurance industry expertise
PKF O’Connor Davies, LLP, one of the nation’s largest accounting, tax, and advisory firms, announced today that Bonamassa, Maietta & Cartelli, LLP (BMC), a full-service public accounting firm in New York City, has joined the Firm. BMC brings three partners and a group of experienced professionals to PKF O’Connor Davies. This new partnership expands the Firm’s expertise in the insurance sector along with other key practice areas and is part of a broader ongoing strategic growth initiative.
“This new partnership comes at the right time for the Firm as we look to deepen our insurance industry expertise and add additional resources in our hometown of New York City,” said Kevin J. Keane, Managing Partner at PKF O’Connor Davies. “We welcome BMC to PKF O’Connor Davies and look forward to delivering greater results for clients as part of this new strategic partnership.”
Established in 2000, BMC’s services include audits, reviews and compilations of financial statements, preparation of tax returns, estate planning and other management advisory services. It serves a wide range of industries and has developed a significant niche in providing auditing, accounting, and tax services to property and casualty insurance companies. It currently operates offices in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
“From our earliest conversations, it was clear that our firms share a deep commitment to understanding the business needs of our clients,” said Lawrence F. Maietta, Managing Partner at BMC. “I look forward to seeing what we can accomplish as we join forces with the PKF O’Connor Davies team and offer valuable insight and impactful solutions for the organizations we serve in the insurance sector and beyond.”
PKF O’Connor Davies has 16 offices in six states and continues to expand through organic growth and acquisitions on the East Coast. It has supported this growth with a strategic combination of promoting from within coupled with tactical external hires.