Anglin Reichmann Armstrong Merges in Adamson + Co.

Eric Adamson

To invest in the clients and communities of central Florida, Huntsville, Ala.-based Anglin Reichmann Armstrong of (FY22 net revenue of $13.4 million), an IPA 400 firm, has merged in Adamson + Co effective Aug. 1. The combined firms will operate under the name Anglin Reichmann Armstrong and expand the firm’s presence in the Southeast region and nationally.

The Adamson team strengthens Anglin’s knowledge and community investment through. With an office in Polk County, located between Tampa and Orlando, Anglin can deliver additional resources, technology and professional career opportunities to several local communities.

“Central Florida has been on our radar for a long time, and we already have existing relationships and clients there,” said Anglin MP Brandon Smith. “We looked thoroughly at the culture and client service approach of Adamson + Co., and we saw that Eric Adamson and the team there shared our vision along with the industry knowledge to be a great fit.”

Managing shareholder of Adamson + Co., Eric Adamson, anticipates opportunities with Anglin to serve his sophisticated client base while adding career opportunities and investment in the local community, he said. “It’s not just a name change. A lot will change for the better with technology enhancements, community leadership and job growth that Anglin can bring to our market. Plus, I can focus even more time on the advisory side and help my clients grow their businesses, build wealth and legacies.”

This strategic merger will position Anglin to continue offering guidance to government contracting, construction/real estate, technology, health care and other industries through Solutions Advisory and Client Accounting and Advisory Services (CAAS) as well as tax, audit and wealth management guidance.


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