Stambaugh Ness Announces Acquisition of Artisan Value Advisors

Press Release updated: Nov 1, 2017 09:55 EDT

Stambaugh Ness (SN) announces the acquisition of Artisan Value Advisors (Artisan), effective Nov. 1, 2017. Artisan is a specialized business valuation and consulting firm headquartered in Pennsylvania. Artisan’s Founder, Glenn Spinello, CPA/ABV, CVA will join SN as a Principal and lead the firm’s new Value Advisory practice area.

With over 30 years of business, accounting and valuation experience, Glenn brings to SN a high level of knowledge coupled with honed analytical skills that are critical in helping firms understand the true value of their business. Under Glenn’s leadership, SN’s Value Advisory practice will provide business owners with specialized services to not only identify the value and value drivers but also to develop actionable plan to maximize them.

…we will campaign to educate and engage with business owners to deepen their understanding of business value, and specifically how to grow that value and integrate it as part of their succession planning.

Steven L. Hake, President and CEO

“This acquisition reflects SN’s commitment to build and strengthen our service menu with sophisticated solutions that proactively meet the growing and complex needs of our clients,” said Steven L. Hake, SN President and Chief Executive Officer. “Through the combined forces of SN and Artisan, we will campaign to educate and engage with business owners to deepen their understanding of business value, and specifically how to grow that value and integrate it as part of their succession planning.”

Source: Stambaugh Ness

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