PKF O’Connor Davies Joins Forces with IPA 200 Firm  

PKF O’Connor Davies Joins Forces with IPA 200 Firm  

Looking to expand in New England, New York-based IPA 100 firm PKF O’Connor Davies (FY20 net revenue of $211.8 million) is merging in Woburn, Mass.-based IPA 200 firm DiCicco Gulman & Company (DGC) (FY20 net revenue of $37.3 million).

Comprised of a team of 200 accounting professionals led by 24 partners, DGC provides private client, business tax, assurance and accounting, and business advisory services. The addition of DGC’s team allows PKF to expand and enhance its services across industries including high-net-worth families and individuals, architecture and engineering, real estate, technology, professional services, consumer products and retail, health care, hospitality and restaurants, manufacturing and distribution, and not-for-profit organizations.

“We’ve had the pleasure of knowing and working with DGC on numerous occasions over the years, and we’re confident that they are the perfect complement as we grow our advisory services and operational footprint in the critical New England market,” says PKF O’Connor Davies MP Kevin Keane. “Through the strong relationships several of our partners have forged with their DGC counterparts, we’ve seen just how well our expertise and approaches to client service mesh.”

DGC will operate as DGC, a division of PKF O’Connor Davies, and DGC MP Laurie Austin and partner Donald Troy will assume the roles of New England co-MPs, while partner David Sullivan Jr. will join the firm’s executive committee.

“DGC and PKF O’Connor Davies are by no means strangers, as we’ve shared best practices and industry insights for years,” says Austin. “Since our first engagement, our team has been impressed by PKF O’Connor Davies’ work and their commitment to value-driven client service. I look forward to deepening our relationship and enhancing our services to clients as we bring together our teams of talented professionals. Our strong culture and collaborative approach to client service remains at the core of all that we do.”