Stegman & Company of Baltimore announces that its director and employees will join Charlotte, N.C.-based Dixon Hughes Goodman (FY15 net revenue of $351 million), one of the nation’s top 20 public accounting firms, on June 1.
Stegman & Company, the oldest Maryland-based CPA firm, recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. “Joining forces with DHG represents our continued commitment to client service and technical expertise, a firm just as committed to these principles. Together we will expand the services we offer to clients throughout our region,” says Liz Gantnier, president of Stegman.
The current directors of Stegman include Virginia Anderson, James Dougherty, Elizabeth Gantnier, Michael Giuffrida, Garrett Parks, Conor Quinn, Keith Wiessner and William Williams Jr., who will become partners or directors of DHG.
“DHG is enthusiastic to welcome Stegman & Company’s people, their rich history and their record of client service and industry leadership,” says Matt Snow, CEO of DHG. “The significant experience and leadership within the financial services, private client services, construction, and technology and life sciences industries will be an asset as we expand further in the Mid-Atlantic region.”