CohnReznick Elects 12 New Partners, Advances Four Others to New Leadership Roles

CohnReznick Elects 12 New Partners, Advances Four Others to New Leadership Roles

New York-based CohnReznick (FY19 net revenue of $653 million) has admitted 12 professionals to its partnership ranks. Additionally, CohnReznick has elevated four veteran partners to new leadership positions within the firm.

The newly elected CohnReznick partners are:

  • Sedic Ampanas – advisory, New York
  • Yelena Belaks – tax, New York
  • Matthew Derba – national assurance, New York
  • Melissa Ferrucci – assurance, Hartford, Conn.
  • Kevin Gokey – assurance, Stamford, Conn.
  • Sean Granat – tax, New York
  • Jeff Hollman ­– assurance, Los Angeles
  • Daniel Levin – tax, New York
  • Karin Ludquist – assurance, Baltimore
  • Vincenzo Toppi – advisory, Roseland, N.J.
  • Natalie Tronkina – advisory, Los Angeles
  • Jason Zimmerman – assurance, New York

Those named to new leadership roles include:

Ira Weinstein becomes managing principal of real estate and cannabis industries, with the responsibility for firm growth in these industries. Scott Szeliga succeeds Weinstein. He is an expert in new markets tax credits, renewable energy and multi-family housing.

Bill Pidgeon and Marc Wolf, assurance partners, have been named co-leaders of CohnReznick’s financial services practice. They succeed Jay Levy, who recently took over as OMP in New York.

“Every day, each of these outstanding individuals shows both our clients and our firm what world-class client service is all about,” says CEO David Kessler. “Moreover, in both their professional and personal lives, these leaders clearly embody CohnReznick’s sense of purpose: creating opportunities for our people, making a difference for our clients and strengthening our communities.”

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