Geffen Mesher Admits Three New Shareholders


IPA 200 firm Geffen Mesher of Portland, Ore. (FY21 net revenue of $27.7 million) has admitted Bryce Baker, Emily Bradford and Caleb Pilling to its shareholder group.


Baker joined the firm in 201, focusing on tax compliance and consulting in the construction and manufacturing industries. His specialties include long-term contract accounting for construction clients, tax accounting method changes, M&A transactions, and state and local tax compliance.

Bradford joined the firm in 2008, focusing on assurance work, concentrating in the manufacturing, distribution and technology industries. She also specializes in forensic accounting, including assessing design and effectiveness of internal controls and performing forensic investigations.


Pilling joined Geffen Mesher in 2007, specializing in advising companies through all aspects of M&A. In 2016, he helped found and now leads the firm’s transaction advisory practice, focusing on industrial, distribution, business services and technology companies.

“Emily Bradford, Bryce Baker and Caleb Pilling have successfully advised our clients for years,” says CEO Michael Rompa. “They exemplify stewardship, mentorship and leadership, and we are honored to welcome them into our shareholder group.”


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