UHY LLP CPAs Opens Fourth Michigan Office In Ann Arbor

UHY LLP CPAs Opens Fourth Michigan Office In Ann Arbor

ANN ARBOR – Certified Public Accounting Firm UHY LLP is opening its fourth Michigan office, this time in Ann Arbor so it can be nearer to clients in Washtenaw County and beyond.

The new office will be in a renovated suite on East Eisenhower Parkway, just minutes from the University of Michigan’s main campus and just off Interstate 94. The company employs 380 in Oakland and Macomb counties.

“Ann Arbor is a great choice for our firm,” said Tony Frabotta, CEO of UHY Advisors, Inc., the fourth largest firm in the Great Lakes region. “The opening of the Ann Arbor office carries the tradition of continued growth and will be the fourth office in the country opened this year.”

An Ann Arbor location also will help UHY recruit and retain top young talent to lead sustainable growth for the CPA firm for years to come, said Tom Callan, CEO of UHY Advisors MI, Inc. and managing partner of UHY.

“The move comes three years after opening our Detroit office and on the heels of the Michigan practice’s 50th anniversary (in 2018), marking another milestone in the development of our firm.”

Ann Arbor Managing Partner Jerry Grady added: “We’ve been wanting to do this for quite a while. The time is right, our location is ideal, and our whole team is excited for this new venture. Having a presence in Ann Arbor will allow us to enhance our service capabilities even further and better serve our clients in surrounding areas like Brighton, Chelsea, Dexter, Howell, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Saline and Toledo.”

To learn more visit www.uhy-us.com

By |2017-09-18T12:34:58+00:00September 18th, 2017|News|

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