Pittsburgh-based Schneider Downs & Co. Inc. (FY22 net revenue of $113.2 million) has admitted the following seven professionals to its shareholder group:
- Brett Cubellis has more than 10 years of experience providing tax advisory services to privately held corporations, partnerships, LLCs and individual clients, advising on various issues involving federal, international and state and local tax matters.
- Ryan Deatrick joined the firm in 2009. He provides accounting and assurance services to both public and privately held companies, primarily those within the construction and manufacturing sectors.
- William Deller Jr. has over 10 years of experience providing consulting, advisory and auditing services to clients across various industries, particularly in health care, technology, financial services, higher education, professional services and energy.
- Peter Lieberman serves as CEO of Schneider Downs Corporate Finance LP, managing transaction and business development activities for the division’s middle-market M&A activities, as well as the real estate investment banking practice.
- Brian Matthews joined Schneider Downs in 2007 and has more than 15 years of public accounting experience. He provides consulting services, including buy-side and sell-side diligence and financial modeling.
- Woodrow Morris has over 10 years of public accounting experience in various areas of tax compliance and consulting. He works with closely held businesses on tax-planning strategies and provides private equity and capital groups with tax forecast, advisory and compliance-related services.
- James Sayre has more than 15 years of experience consulting and advising public and privately held clients in the areas of income and franchise taxation. He works with clients in various industries, including health care, retail, manufacturing, technology and professional services.
“Each of these talented individuals has demonstrated exceptional commitment to our clients and the Schneider Downs community, and we’re thrilled that they’re continuing to grow with the firm,” says co-CEO Steven Thompson.