April 22, 2014

Nilsson Levin Joins Katz, Sapper & Miller’s New York Office as Business Development Manager

Lisa Nilsson Levin

Lisa Nilsson Levin

Indianapolis-based Katz, Sapper & Miller (KSM) (FY12 net revenue of $49.2 million) admitted Lisa Nilsson Levin at the firm’s New York office as the business development manager. In her new role, Nilsson Levin will work to identify new client opportunities and relationships as well as to build upon the long-term relationships with current clients in the New York City area.

“Lisa brings nearly 15 years of business development and client relationship expertise to Katz, Sapper & Miller,” says Mark Bernstein, PIC of the firm’s New York office. “She has a vast knowledge of professional service firms, corporations and financial entities, and we’re excited to have her join our team.”

Since 2011, Nilsson Levin has served as vice president of a merchant banking boutique that assisted individuals and early to mid-stage companies in securing financing from high net worth individuals, family investors, investor groups and financial institutions. Previously, she worked in a business development capacity for three international law firms and a manufacturer of high-technology security products.


Wipfli Expands State and Local Tax Practice

Milwaukee-based Wipfli LLP (FY13 net revenue of $165.2 million) announced that it has expanded its SALT practice with the recent addition of Mike Herold.

“We are pleased to welcome Mike to Wipfli’s State and Local Tax Practice,” says Greg Butler, PIC of the firm’s SALT practice. “Mike brings impressive skills, deep expertise and industry knowledge to the firm’s SALT practice, which will further deepen our practice’s capabilities. His experience makes him a valuable addition to our team and for our clients who are trying to navigate continually changing state tax laws.”

As a director in the firm’s SALT practice, Herold will draw from over 19 years of experience in the sales and use tax area and his broad national experience in all state tax types including unclaimed property, real and personal property taxes, and income, franchise and gross receipts taxes.