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Sikich expands accounting, tax and audit team with acquisition

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CHICAGO — Oct. 22, 2019 — Professional services firm Sikich announced Tuesday that it has agreed to acquire Oak Brook, Illinois-based public accounting firm, Scanlan & Leo, Ltd.

“The addition of Scanlan & Leo will strengthen our accounting, tax and audit services,” said Tom Krehbiel, partner-in-charge of Sikich’s CPA services. “We look forward to drawing on the Scanlan & Leo team’s experience working with a diverse range of industries to bolster our service offerings.”

Scanlan & Leo offers accounting, audit, tax compliance and planning, and advisory services to companies across industries.

“We were drawn to Sikich because of the firm’s impressive talent and commitment to technology-driven innovation,” said John Scanlan, co-owner of Scanlan & Leo. “We’re excited to be able to offer our clients access to a wider range of solutions. This move will also give our employees access to new resources and growth opportunities.”

The Scanlan & Leo team will join Sikich’s Naperville, Illinois, office. John Scanlan and Joseph Leo will join Sikich as partners. The transaction is scheduled to close on Nov. 1.

Sikich LLP is a global company specializing in technology-enabled professional services. With more than 850 employees, Sikich draws on a diverse portfolio of technology solutions to deliver transformative digital strategies and ranks as one of the largest CPA firms in the United States. From corporations and not-for-profits to state and local governments, Sikich clients utilize a broad spectrum of services* and products to help them improve performance and achieve long-term, strategic goals.

*Securities offered through Sikich Corporate Finance LLC, member FINRA/SIPC.  Investment advisory services offered through Sikich Financial, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor.

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