Accounting Firm Merger Mania: Marcum and Stonefield Get Together

Marcum continues its shopping spree, picking up Stonefield Josephson after picking up UHY’s New England offices back in the spring.

Stonefield, which had offices in San Jose, Walnut Creek and San Francisco, as well as three others in Southern California and one in Hong Kong, merged with Marcum LLP and was rebranded MarcumStonefield.

Terms of the deal were not immediately available.

Founded in 1975, Stonefield had 150 employees in its seven locations. Now, Marcum has more than 1,100 employees in 21 offices, most of which are on the East Coast.

Stonefield, Marcum firms merge [SJBJ]

Marcum continues its shopping spree, picking up Stonefield Josephson after picking up UHY’s New England offices back in the spring.

Stonefield, which had offices in San Jose, Walnut Creek and San Francisco, as well as three others in Southern California and one in Hong Kong, merged with Marcum LLP and was rebranded MarcumStonefield.

Terms of the deal were not immediately available.

Founded in 1975, Stonefield had 150 employees in its seven locations. Now, Marcum has more than 1,100 employees in 21 offices, most of which are on the East Coast.

Stonefield, Marcum firms merge [SJBJ]

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