TIAG Welcomes Top 50 U.S. Accounting Firm

NY accounting firm, Berdon LLP, joined The International Accounting Group earlier this week. TIAG is an alliance of more than 110 independent accounting firms from around the world, and members have unparalleled access to TIAG’s sister alliance of independent law firms, TAGLaw. 

“Berdon is a leader in its market and in the country, and we are thrilled to have them as part of the TAG Alliances, said Robert Sattin, President of the organization. “Now, Berdon and its many clients can begin to receive the special benefits offered through membership. There are many accounting alliances, but none have the access to a Chambers Global “Elite” legal alliance that TIAG has.”

TIAG recently engaged top industry consultant, Allan D. Koltin, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group and 2013 CPA Practice Advisor Thought Leader, to help expand its North American membership with a number of Top 100 U.S. firms. TIAG is now in discussions with several of these firms and Berdon’s membership marks a significant milestone in this expansion project. 

“Our decision to join TIAG is fueled by our firm’s desire to offer an unmatched level of service to our clients, wherever they conduct, or plan to conduct, business,” said Stuart Kotler, Co-managing Partner of Berdon LLP. “My co-managing partner Mark Bosswick and our team considered this opportunity carefully and with special advice from renowned consultant, Allan Koltin. TIAG and TAGLaw offer us a worldwide multi-disciplinary platform from which we can service our current and future clients.” 

Representatives from Berdon LLP will attend the upcoming TAG Alliances International Conference in Munich, Germany on October 21-24. At the conference, Berdon LLP will be formally introduced to TIAG and TAGLaw members from around the world. 

“For leading accounting firms like Berdon, gaining access to a group of unique and high quality alliances, such as TIAG and TAGLaw, will impact the trajectory of their firm for years to come,” said Koltin. “Berdon joining TIAG, and the other top U.S. firms who are expected to join, marks a watershed moment for TIAG and the TAG Alliances.”