Marcum Adds Meyers Harrison & Pia

New York-based Marcum (FY15 net revenue of $412.4 million) has announced that it has merged in Meyers Harrison & Pia and Meyers Harrison & Pia Valuation and Litigation Support (MHP).

MHP brings to Marcum 55 partners and staff in New Haven, Conn., and Portland, Maine.

Founded in 1954 in New Haven, MHP is a full-service CPA firm that specializes in complex business valuation, financial forensic and litigation support engagements. MHP partners are speakers, authors and reviewers on valuation and economic damages topics, and serve frequently as court-appointed or jointly retained neutral witnesses in dispute resolution matters.

“Meyers, Harrison & Pia’s deep expertise in valuation and litigation support and its broad offering in traditional tax, audit and accounting make the firm a perfect strategic fit for Marcum,” says MP Jeffrey Weiner in a statement. “MHP CEO Mark Harrison and his partners have built a highly respected practice that is well recognized within the litigation support and valuation specialty.”

Harrison says, “Joining Marcum will give MHP’s clients and staff significantly greater resources as well as access to a deep bench of talent across the firm’s practice areas, including in advisory services. Our combined expertise constitutes one of the strongest valuation and litigation support practices in the country.” Harrison, PIC of Valuation & Litigation Services, will join the Marcum Executive Committee.

The deal also expands Marcum’s geographic footprint in New England, “supplementing our existing New Haven office and giving us a presence in Maine,” says Anthony Scillia, PIC of the New England region. In addition to New Haven, Marcum’s New England offices include Hartford and Greenwich, Conn., Boston and Providence, R.I.