“Boston is a hub for business and technology and is a strategic market for Baker Tilly,” Baker Tilly CEO Alan Whitman said. “MFA is a progressive firm whose talented team members challenge the status quo to innovate and design meaningful solutions in this market and beyond.”
“We recognized in Baker Tilly a vision and strategy that resonates with our holistic approach to the financial vitality of our clients and their businesses,” MFA Managing Partner Carl Famiglietti said. “Our purpose has been to change people’s futures – joining Baker Tilly elevates our commitment to our members and customers to even greater heights with a broader array of impactful solutions, top-notch talent and coast-to-coast industry expertise.” MFA’s 200 team members will join Baker Tilly.
With MFA’s leadership succession previously determined, Carl Famiglietti, who’s been MFA’s managing partner for nearly two decades, will devote the next year to supporting and guiding a successful integration of the two firms. Upon the combination's effective date, MFA Partner Will Andronico will become Baker Tilly's managing partner – New England and work closely with Carl to foster growth opportunities for clients and team members.
Allan D. Koltin, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group, advised both firms on the combination. “This combination is a huge step for Baker Tilly as they continue executing their strategy. MFA prides itself on breaking the mold, and its progressive culture will be an incredible competitive asset for Baker Tilly’s growth plans.”