D&H Global Tax Joins Citrin Cooperman

New York-based Citrin Cooperman (FY17 net revenue of $244 million) announced the merger of D&H Global Tax, with offices in Philadelphia, London and Pitman, N.J.

D&H specializes in international tax issues, planning and preparation for clients that are U.S. expatriates and non-U.S. persons with filing obligations. MP Leon Dutkiewicz will lead Citrin Cooperman’s international taxation practice. Additionally, three directors and 15 staff from D&H will join in the firm’s Philadelphia office. The firm will also retain D&H’s New Jersey location.

“We’ve built a strong bench of international tax and consulting specialists to advise our clients in an increasingly global marketplace,” says CEO Joel Cooperman. “Leon is the perfect person to lead this practice and help our clients remain competitive and successful.”

“When exploring options to join a larger firm with value-added resources to help serve our clients, Citrin Cooperman was by far the top of the list,” says Dutkiewicz. “Big firm resources combined with personal, tailored client service is exactly what our high-net-worth international clientele expect and Citrin Cooperman delivers.”

Allan D. Koltin, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group, who advised both firms on the deal, says, “D&H Global Tax is recognized by its peers as one of the top international tax boutiques both in the U.S. and internationally. Leon Dutkiewicz is as exceptional a leader as you will find in the accounting profession. His passion for client service and growing talent made his firm one of the most sought-after transaction candidates I have ever seen.”