Grant Thornton snatches partner from law firm, releases official statement.

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  • Grant Thornton poached a partner from a law firm, Strealy Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP, to join their Asset Management practice in Philadelphia.
  • The new partner, Chris Scarpa, brings almost 30 years of experience in tax and law to the firm, strengthening their service offerings in the asset management sector.

Grant Thornton has recently announced the addition of Chris Scarpa to their Asset Management industry practice in Philadelphia. Scarpa, who joins the firm as a Tax principal, brings with him nearly 30 years of experience in tax and law. His background includes working as a partner at Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP and a year at PwC.

Scarpa’s expertise in the taxation of pooled investment vehicles such as mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and real estate mortgage investment conduits, will be valuable to clients of Grant Thornton. With a bachelor’s degree in accounting from La Salle University and a doctor of law and a master’s of law in taxation from Temple University, Scarpa’s qualifications are impressive.

Grant Thornton’s market managing principal in Philadelphia, Dave Maturo, expressed excitement about Scarpa’s addition to the team, highlighting his in-depth industry knowledge and ability to build strong relationships. Scarpa’s appointment comes as both the Philadelphia office and the Asset Management team at Grant Thornton are experiencing growth, indicating that he will play a crucial role in delivering personalized service to clients in today’s challenging business environment.

In conclusion, the poaching of Chris Scarpa from a law firm to Grant Thornton represents a significant move for the firm’s Asset Management practice, as they continue to strengthen their service offerings and expand their client base in Philadelphia and beyond.

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