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Inside Public Accounting’s List of 300 Largest Firms

Posted on August 11, 2020 by

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Clayton & McKervey, a certified public accounting and business advisory firm helping growth-driven companies compete in a global marketplace, is pleased to announce it is again included on the list of the 300 largest public accounting firms in the nation, based on the 2020 annual INSIDE Public Accounting Survey and Analysis of Firms, which was released on August 5 from  the accounting trade publication. The announcement was made by Rob Dutkiewicz, CPA, President of Clayton & McKervey.

With 75 staff members, Clayton & McKervey focuses on growth-driven, middle-market companies. Because firm clients tend to have an entrepreneurial mindset, they turn to Clayton & McKervey to help them compete in the global marketplace, whether the company is based in the U.S. or abroad.

“We are pleased to have a niche within public accounting that allows Clayton & McKervey team members to work in partnership with growth-minded, middle market companies, many of whom have international interests,” Dutkiewicz said.

Now in its 30th year, the IPA 100 is a list of the 100 largest public accounting firms in the nation, beginning with the Big 4 and including rankings and analysis of 96 national, regional and local firms, with the IPA No. 100 firm reporting net revenues of $43.7 million.  IPA also lists firms from Nos. 101 to 400, with the No. 200 firm reporting revenues at $20 million; No. 300 firm reporting revenues at $11.5 million; and the No. 400 firm reporting revenues at $6 million. All firms are ranked by U.S. net revenues and are compiled by analyzing the more than 540 responses received this year for IPA’s Survey and Analysis of Firms. The rankings and accompanying analysis paint a comprehensive picture of the current state of the profession.

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