Moss Adams Combines with BPW&C in Albuquerque

Steven Keene

Seattle-based Moss Adams (FY17 net revenue of $577 million) will combine with BPW&C of Albuquerque, N.M., on Nov. 1, the firms announced.

Moss Adams will increase its Albuquerque staff to 90 by adding 21 professionals from BPW&C, including one partner and two directors.

“The addition of BPW&C’s talented staff expands the technical depth and capabilities of our Albuquerque location, enabling us to more effectively help clients navigate challenges and seize new opportunities,” says Steven Keene, PIC of the Moss Adams Albuquerque office.

Eric Herrera

With origins dating back to 1975 in Albuquerque, BPW&C offers a full range of services, from tax and estate planning to business advisory and accounting. BPW&C works with middle-market and family-owned businesses and has a well-regarded private client services practice.

Former BPW&C principal Eric Herrera will open a new firm specializing in consulting and client accounting services. Five BPW&C employees will join this new venture.

Allan D. Koltin

Tom Broderick, managing principal of BPW&C, says of the combination, “We’ll gain access to significantly more resources and service offerings that will be a tremendous benefit for our current clients and staff. In Moss Adams, we saw a firm that shared our ideals and emphasis on technical excellence and superior client service, which was an essential factor in our decision to combine. “

Allan D. Koltin, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group, who advised BPW&C on the combination says, “Tom Broderick is not only a dynamic and successful entrepreneur, he and his group specialize in providing their clients with deep business consulting and advisory services. Their combination with western region powerhouse Moss Adams will be a great fit culturally and provide even greater resources for their clients.