Weaver Acquires Condon & Company’s Tax Practice

Fort Worth, Texas-based Weaver (FY17 net revenue of $115.2 million) acquired the tax practice of Houston-based Condon & Company, effective Feb. 1. This merger adds three partners and seven employees to the firm. Irma Hernandez, Michael Landry and Ryan Currie were admitted as partners in the Houston office.

“Having the Condon team join Weaver is a great opportunity for us,” says John Mackel, Weaver’s MP and CEO. “We look forward to working with our three new talented tax partners, Irma, Michael and Ryan, and new staff to expand our tax practice in the greater Houston area.”

With more than 13 years of tax and public accounting experience, Hernandez specializes in advising private equity firms and oil and gas, manufacturing and hospitality companies on tax compliance and planning strategies. She also focuses on business development efforts to support growth objectives.

Landry has 22 years of experience in public accounting. He manages and delivers tax consulting, planning and compliance services to middle-market companies, high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs. Landry has substantial industry experience in oil and gas and private equity. He offers planning and transactional analysis of mergers and acquisitions, as well as other frequently encountered issues involving after-tax family wealth accumulation and estate matters.

Currie has 15 years of experience assisting clients with a broad range of global and domestic tax planning. He helps clients in the financial services, manufacturing and oil and gas industries improve tax function effectiveness through technology and process solutions for middle-market companies.

“The combination of our teams positions Weaver to increase the value, services and knowledge we bring to companies in Houston, across Texas and across the country,” says Sean Muller, PIC of the southwest Texas tax and strategic business services. “In addition to the new partners and staff, we also add a sizeable client base that we can build on in the future.”