Schneider Downs Announces Leadership Promotions

Joseph Bruce

Joseph Bruce

Pittsburgh, Pa.-based Schneider Downs (FY14 net revenue of $59.6 million) announced that Joseph Bruce and Mark DiPietrantonio have been admitted shareholders. Additionally, Peter Lieberman has been named partner of Schneider Downs Corporate Finance, LP. The promotions became effective July 1.

Bruce, an accounting, assurance and advisory services shareholder, started his career at Schneider Downs in 1996 and has more than 18 years of experience in public accounting. Bruce serves a variety of clients in the construction, manufacturing, retail and oil and gas industries, including publicly traded companies. He is responsible for the coordination of selected audits as well as the delivery of the firm’s accounting, assurance, tax and business advisory services to his client base.

Mark DiPietrantonio

Mark DiPietrantonio

DiPietrantonio, a tax services shareholder, joined Schneider Downs in 1995 and provides tax compliance services to his client base in a number of industries including construction, real estate, professional services, restaurant services and manufacturing. His expertise includes cost segregation, tax planning for business entities and individuals, multistate tax planning and compliance, and overall corporate tax planning.

Peter Lieberman

Peter Lieberman

Lieberman, partner, joined Schneider Downs Corporate Finance in 2006 and has more than 18 years of experience in investment banking. Advising a broad variety of clients, including multinational public companies, Lieberman has experience in a number of industries with an emphasis on engineered products manufacturing, energy and natural resources, metals, business and industrial services, consumer products and food processing. He has extensive transaction experience in mergers and acquisitions, capital raising and corporate finance consulting, including the private placement of corporate debt and equity and the placement of asset-backed securities.

“The strength of every organization lies in its ability to develop its own future leaders,” says Timothy Hammer, Co-MP of Schneider Downs. “Collectively, Mark, Joe and Pete have been with our firm for decades, and truly represent both the professional drive and commitment to our firm’s culture that we believe is essential for the future leaders of our firm. They are Schneider Downs through and through, and we’re proud to add them to our leadership team.”