Dixon Hughes Goodman Admits Ben Romeiser as Tax Specialty Partner


Charlotte, N.C.-based IPA 100 firm Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP (DHG) (FY21 net revenue of $504 million) has admitted Ben Romeiser as a tax specialty partner. In this role, he will focus on serving private equity portfolio company clients with issues such as transaction tax-related issues, post-deal integration, tax risk mitigation and remediation, tax-efficient structuring and exit planning strategies.

Romeiser has more than 20 years of experience dealing with complex tax issues related to acquiring, selling and reorganizing businesses. Prior to joining DHG, he was a principal at an accounting firm in Raleigh, N.C., and also has Big 4 firm experience serving tax clients across the private equity, manufacturing and distribution, technology and life sciences industries.

“With immense opportunity for growth in DHG’s private equity service offerings, Ben’s technical skills and extensive experience will help us expand private equity tax services and meet the current demand we are seeing in the market,” says Scott Linch, MP of the private equity practice.



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