Freed Maxick Names New Firm Leader

Henry Koziol Jr.

Henry Koziol Jr.

Buffalo, N.Y.-based Freed Maxick (FY16 net revenue of $45.2 million) has announced that Henry Koziol Jr. has been named managing director, effective July 1. Koziol has been with Freed Maxick for more than 30 years and has served in a leadership role at the organization for more than 15 years.

“There is a long legacy of strong leaders at Freed Maxick who have guided us to serve our clients and our community by building personal relationships and I look forward to carrying on that legacy,” states Koziol. “What differentiates us is our people and depth of knowledge and I am committed to continued development of both to better serve our clients every day.”

The current firm leader, Timothy McPoland, has decided to return to a director role focused on business development as the firm expands its geographic footprint. He will also support the directors leading the assurance, SEC, litigation support and business valuation practice areas.

McPoland states, “I’m looking forward to getting back to what I really enjoy doing – business development and working directly with clients. This is where my passion is and I look forward to using my strengths in these areas to help our clients and continue the firm’s growth.”

Freed Maxick is an IPA 100 firm, with 36 directors and more than 300 employees in five New York offices – Buffalo, Batavia, Rochester, Syracuse and Albany.