Nisivoccia partner Chris Perrotta said that the merger will enable his firm to “strengthen our position within the nonprofit industry, and specifically our focus on the New Jersey Approved Private Schools for Students with Disabilities.”
Perrotta also said that the merger allows the firm to better service clients in central and southern regions of the state.
“We realized that the next step for our team and our clients was to merge with a firm of similar quality and shared values. Teaming with Nisivoccia enables us to expand services and better serve our clients,” said partner James Anderson, who founded Anderson & Co. in 1985. “We have had a strong working relationship with Nisivoccia for many years. We’re excited to begin our next phase with such a quality firm.”
James Anderson will continue as a partner in the Bridgewater office. Kristin Anderson will become a principal and operate out of the Bridgewater and Mount Arlington offices. The remainder of the team will remain at Nisivoccia’s new Bridgewater office.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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