MSPC Certified Public Accountants and Advisors is pleased to announce that Jon Gagliardi, CPA has been named Managing Principal of the Firm. Gagliardi brings over thirty years of experience with the Firm to his new role.
Gagliardi, who has a wide range of technical expertise, is known for having a leadership-style focused on accountability and encouraging independent-thinking. His vision for his tenure is to direct the Firm into the new era of accounting.
“We see a trend toward more consultative services. Clients need much more than tax returns and financial statements these days. They need professional advice on everything from growth to business wind-down. We are focused on expanding our offerings to meet clients’ needs no matter where they are in the business life cycle,” noted Gagliardi.
An active member of the business community, Gagliardi looks to increase MSPC’s visibility in the market and position MSPC as a true partner to business owners and stakeholders. Gagliardi also plans to continue to develop internal talent with both technical training and leadership programs.
“Keeping our team informed as regulations change is of the utmost importance. We understand the value of continuing education and in obtaining advanced credentials in data sciences and cyber security. Our commitment to staff development benefits our clients in all industries.”
As part of the Firm’s revised executive structure, Patrick Trombetta assumed the newly created Chief Operating Officer role. Trombetta, who heads the Firm’s Employee Benefit Plans practice, takes on the management of firm operations. By sharing responsibilities, Gagliardi and Trombetta can both continue to serve their existing client base while handling various components of the Firm’s infrastructure.
MSPC also welcomes Richard Montalbano to the Executive Committee. Montalbano is Partner-in-Charge of MSPC’s New York office and has significant experience in complex tax situations and working with international clients.
James Flannery ends his ten-year term as Managing Partner on October 31. He will continue to serve on the Executive Committee in an advisory role for a year ensuring a smooth transition. He will now resume more active client relations assisting with consultative services such as Mergers & Acquisitions and Succession Planning.