Portland, Maine-based IPA 100 firm Baker Newman Noyes (BNN) (FY22 net revenue of $59.3 million) has announced two new senior-level promotions in its Manchester, N.H., office.
Kory Reynolds and Matthew Vasil have been admitted as principals, effective Jan. 1.
“Kory and Matt have shown dedication to serving our clients, demonstrating strong technical acumen and leadership skills in every engagement, and developing specialized expertise in niche and emerging areas,” said managing principal Dayton Benway.
Reynolds, of Canterbury, N.H., joined the firm’s tax practice in 2015, after several years at a regional New England firm. He specializes in delivering tax planning and compliance services to clients in the construction, real estate and professional services industries.
Vasil, of Litchfield, N.H., brings nearly 20 years of accounting experience to his role, including 14 years with BNN and five years as the director of finance with a large retailer in New Hampshire. He joined BNN initially in 2005 as a member of the assurance practice focusing on manufacturing, retail, distribution and construction companies.