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Clifton Gunderson acquires Meyners + Company

Clifton Gunderson has acquired full service firm Meyners + Company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Meyners + Company offers assurance, tax and general business consulting practices.

The acquisition will see five partners join Clifton Gunderson including Cathy Brown, Ben Darwin, Brandon Haines, Georgie Ortiz and Patrick Wilkins as well as 58 staff members.

This is the seventh merger and acquisition for Clifton Gunderson since May 2010 and the second acquisition of 2011.

“Our recent merger and acquisition activity directly aligns with our aggressive strategy to grow our business, increase our geographic footprint and expand the resources and expertise we provide to our clients and future clients,” said Clifton Gunderson chief executive Kris McMasters.

Clifton Gunderson is a US member of the HLB International network.

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