MGO merges with Long Island accounting firm


Macias Gini and O’Connell, an accounting firm based in Los Angeles, merged into Nussbaum, Berg, Klein & Wolpow, an accounting firm with offices in Melville and Manhattan.

MGO, which has a national and international presence, will add Nussbaum’s 73-member team, including his 11 partners, to its roster.

Serving middle-market businesses and high-net-worth individuals on the East Coast, Nussbaum provides accounting, auditing, tax and advisory services to private and public companies. Clients include Fortune 500 companies, national corporations, local businesses, and family businesses.

“Nussbaum has a rich history in New York and is known for his deep commitment to customer service. We are delighted to bring their team into the MGO fold,” said Kevin O’Connell, CEO and Managing Partner of MGO, in a statement.

“The concentration of East Coast wealth and emerging cannabis markets provides us with an opportunity to continue to create value and establish best practices through our Private Client Services Group, Cannabis Practice and to other industry initiatives,” added O’Connell.

Nussbaum’s Steven Wolpow will serve as office managing partner in Long Island, where the office will operate as MGO.

“This is a unique opportunity to enhance the services and customer experience that NUSSBAUM is known for by leveraging MGO’s size and international footprint,” Wolpow said in a statement. “This is a major milestone for our customers and professionals, and we are excited about the future at MGO.”

Joe Tarasco, CEO of Accountants Advisory Group, advised the two firms on the transaction.

“This agreement establishes MGO as a major player in Long Island, New York, with its second combination in the region,” Tarasco said in a statement.

He said MGO continues to grow on the East Coast.


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