NDH acquires Houston’s own Jain & Jain, forming powerful partnership.

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NDH Acquires Houston-based Jain & Jain

NDH Advisors LLC, a private equity-backed accounting and consulting firm, has acquired Jain & Jain P.C., a Houston-based tax and accounting firm. The boutique firm provides tax and outsourced accounting services to high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs), closely-held businesses, and family offices. This is the second acquisition for NDH since its acquisition by Unity Partners.

Key Points:

  • NDH Advisors has acquired Houston-based Jain & Jain, a tax and accounting firm.
  • Jain & Jain primarily serves clients in Texas, Kansas, Utah, and Florida.
  • The acquisition is the second since NDH was acquired by Unity Partners in March 2023.
  • The founders of Jain & Jain, Mike and Rajni Jain, along with their team, will join NDH’s employee ownership program.

NDH was founded in 2003 and offers tax consulting, tax preparation, outsourced accounting, fractional CFO, and startup business services. The company has additional offices in Leawood, Kansas and Philadelphia. Unity Partners, the private equity firm, targets US companies with $1 million to $20 million in EBITDA and an EBITDA margin of 15%+.

The acquisition of Jain & Jain is seen as a strategic move to complement NDH’s core service offering and expand its business in Texas and the surrounding states. Mike and Rajni Jain, as well-respected leaders and advisors, are expected to contribute to the growth of NDH.

“We believe the addition of Jain & Jain to the NDH platform is a great opportunity to leverage NDH’s resources and expertise to help an already successful business offer an even better experience to its clients and employees,” said Peter Cozzi, team lead at Unity Partners.

Overall, the acquisition of Jain & Jain strengthens NDH’s position as a leading accounting and consulting firm and demonstrates its commitment to growth and expansion in the Texas market.

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