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RubinBrown Expands National Gaming Practice

21 Mar 2017

Baker Tilly International member firm, RubinBrown (St Louis, Missouri, USA), and Las Vegas’ sixth largest accounting firm Stewart Archibald & Barney (SAB), are joining together, effective 1 June 2017. This combination will bring together more than 600 team members working from offices in Denver, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Nashville and St Louis.

According to John F Herber, Jr, chairman and managing partner of RubinBrown, the Las Vegas market was appealing not only for the thriving business climate, but also the strategic platform it will provide for RubinBrown’s national gaming practice. “Over the past decade, RubinBrown has become a leading provider of assurance and consulting services to gaming regulators and operators nationally. This provides us `boots on the ground’ for our commercial gaming clientele in Las Vegas, as well as the tribal market in the Southwest”, explained Herber.

Glenn Goodnough, managing partner of SAB, explained: “The combination of RubinBrown and SAB will provide many advantages as we will gain the gaming expertise possessed by RubinBrown while also expanding the services and resources to our clients in the Las Vegas market”. Through RubinBrown’s longtime membership with Baker Tilly International, SAB’s clients will also have access to international expertise. Goodnough further expressed: “We are excited for our firms’ combination to accelerate our growth while providing opportunities to offer new expertise, value, and resources to our respective clients”.

RubinBrown’s gaming practice is currently led by Brandon Loeschner and Daniel Holmes and focuses on adding value through a deep understanding of gaming regulations with a focus on providing efficient, effective, and sustainable compliance programmes. The practice currently provides audit, tax and consulting services to commercial and tribal casinos, state lotteries and online gaming operators. 

For further information, please refer to RubinBrown’s press statement.

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