Citrin Cooperman has announced the addition of two new principals and an internal promotion to partner at its advisory services arm.
Constance Wright and Jennifer Katrulya will both join the firm’s business process outsourcing (BPO) practice as principal and partner respectively.
Katruyla, who joined the firm six months ago, acknowledged the “highly talented and caring professionals” that she will be working alongside in her new role.
She added: “Being a partner at Citrin Cooperman is a great responsibility and an opportunity to utilize my strengths and work with the team for the benefit of the firm.”
Elsewhere, Joe Cashel will head the company’s newly-formed bankruptcy and restructuring services practice.
Cashel joins the group from a top ten public accounting firm, and brings two decades of experience to the role he commenced on 11 January 2021.
He said: “The new suite of bankruptcy and restructuring services, coupled with the existing service solutions in forensics, litigation resolution, valuation, and outsourced back office services deepens the depth and breadth of resources and skills that will add value to key stakeholders involved in financial restructurings and bankruptcy proceedings.”
Richard DeRienzo, partner and advisory services leader at Citrin Cooperman, claimed the additions would expand the group’s “ability to provide timely and needed solutions” to its clients.
He added: “Our advisory service offerings are constantly adapting to the economic environment and the changing business needs of our clients.
“Our goal is to maximize the value we bring through our collaborative service models as the business person’s go-to financial advisor.”