RRBB Accountants and Advisors announced it added numerous new members to its financial team. This news comes after six months of a hiring frenzy for the RRBB Somerset office.
Dave Roth, managing partner and CEO of the firm, said: “RRBB has experienced significant growth in 2021. This has led to the need to increase our personnel in number and depth. Our current team is poised to exceed our clients’ expectations in 2022.”
Earlier in February, the firm announced the addition of two new partners based in the Somerset office, Joseph Caplan and Salvatore Lubrano Lavadera, both effective Jan. 1.
Similarly, the RRBB Attest Department was looking to add value to the audit process and added Spencer Parcel to the team, who joined the firm from one of the “Big Four” as a senior manager to provide accounting and advisory services to clients from startups to Fortune 100 and private companies.
Nick Klimkiewicz, a senior accountant in the Tax Department, also comes to RRBB from a “Big Four” accounting firm, but with a concentration in trusts and estates.
Joining RRBB from smaller firms are Stephanie Marte, a supervisor in the RRBB Tax Department and Justin Huryk, an audit associate.
Rohith “Ro” Parthasarathy, an audit associate, began his career at a data analytics firm before moving onto the health care industry. He plans to bring his data analytics expertise after first familiarizing himself with every facet of RRBB’s services.
Kirby Marron began her career for a major utilities company as an inventory specialist. She later spent one year at a national accounting firm preparing individual and corporate tax returns. Kirby now joins RRBB as an audit associate in the RRBB Attest Department.
“Our people are our greatest asset, so we have created a progressive, collegial workplace with an authentic family atmosphere. We help develop skills, understanding, expertise and great relationships that last entire careers. From mentoring and teaching to community service and company events, we provide time, support, experience and relationships,” Roth said.