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Matt Baldwin teams up with Armanino for business expansion.
FREMONT, CA: “I’m here because every time Armanino came up in a conversation it was followed by a compliment about its positive culture and its commitment to making an impact on clients through investments in innovation and a focus on growth,” said Baldwin.
An accounting and business consulting firm that ranks among the 20 largest in the U.S. has added a tax partner and expanded its Denver office by more than doubling its size. Almost 100 employees work for the firm today, up from about a dozen in 2019. The moves are a response to the company's rapid growth in the Mile High City region.
“I look at everything as a learning opportunity, and a firm that encourages curiosity and finding better ways to do things is a firm that’s focused on its people and client success. That’s where I wanted to be.” Baldwin added.
In addition to his experience with EKS&H, Baldwin has been with CliftonLarsonAllen for the past few years. His areas of expertise include corporate taxation and private equity taxation. Moreover, he deeply understands M&A transactions, transactional tax issues, and income tax provisions under ASC 740.
“We’ve seen our engagements grow exponentially since we first opened an office in Denver three years ago, and as more businesses are looking for an innovative accounting and consulting partner, we’ve been able to bring tremendous talent to the firm like Matt Baldwin and so many of the professionals who make our team thrive,” said Chris Becze, partner at Armanino and Denver geographic leader. “We simply outgrew our space and needed to find an office that fits where we are today and where we’re going tomorrow.”
The new Armanino office is located at 999 18th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202, on the 33rd floor in Suite 3300. There are 65 workstations across 13,313 square feet of new space, four hoteling offices, and multiple huddle areas and collaboration spaces. In addition to the 250% increase in size, more staff will return to the office regularly.
“We saw this growth in the middle of the Great Resignation and during one of the most challenging periods for attracting talent in modern history, and it’s no secret that the key to our success has always been an inclusive and empowering culture,” said Becze. “Here in Denver and nationwide, we both challenge and encourage our teams to reach for the brass ring, try new ideas and think creatively about how we can get our clients beyond their immediate needs and take them to the next level. The result speaks for itself.”