Three Minnesota Firms Merge

Bloomington, Minn.-based Boeckermann Grafstrom & Mayer (BGM) (FY18 net revenue of $19.5 million) has merged in Weber & Deegan Ltd. of Edina, Minn., and Majeski Jahnke & Company of Eagan, Minn.

The combination became effective Nov. 1.

“Since our founding in 1982, we have maintained a steady and strategic vision for our firm’s growth, focused on expanding our service offerings, the industries we serve and our areas of expertise,” says COO Brad Mayer. “Combining with these two firms propels our vision of expansion forward and enables us to serve the evolving needs of our clients.”

“Weber & Deegan has a history of partnering with BGM. We share the same values, philosophies and commitment to client service,” says Mike Deegan, president of Weber & Deegan. “As a result of our two highly compatible firms joining together, we can offer clients expanded capabilities and depth of service in tax, audit and advisory services.”

Joe Majeski, president of Majeski Jahnke & Company, says, “Our firm shares BGM’s commitment to offering clients high-quality, personal service and professional advice.  Coming together will allow us to expand our client offerings to enhance that service.”

With the addition of the Weber & Deegan team and the Majeski Jahnke & Company team, the BGM group of companies will have more than 140 employees. Affiliated companies are BGM Wealth Partners, Bridge West, Cornerstone Private Asset Trust Company, Element Technologies and Hunter Advisors. BGM has six offices in Minnesota, Colorado and Florida.