East Brunswick, N.J.-based WilkinGuttenplan (FY22 net revenue of $33.2 million) has announced the appointment of Dan Fiorentino as the new managing shareholder, effective Jan. 1.
This transition marks a significant milestone in the firm’s history and reflects the firm’s commitment to the continued growth of employees and excellence in serving our clients, the firm announced. Ed Guttenplan, managing shareholder emeritus, served for 40 years and will remain an integral member of the leadership team.
Fiorentino has been with the firm since 2006, after an internship in 2005. He specializes in providing consulting services to clients in all business cycle phases, from operational improvements, tax planning and compliance in the early stages to succession planning and due diligence work in the later phases.
He has also been involved with various administrative areas within the firm for many years. He heads the firm’s executive committee, addressing all the vital issues impacting firm governance. He also leads the firm’s strategic planning committee.
Fiorentino expressed enthusiasm for his new role and emphasized his commitment to the firm’s mission and core values. “I feel incredibly honored and excited to take on this new role. Our firm has a remarkable track record over the past 40 years under the guidance of Ed Guttenplan. I will do everything I can to continue this success, upholding WG’s core values while adapting to the changing world.”
Guttenplan said, “I am proud of what we have achieved during my tenure, and I am confident that Dan will lead the firm to new heights. His dedication and innovative mindset will be instrumental in our continued success.”