Bigger Firm, Bigger Thinking

Businessman reading and reclining on part of red arrow trending upwardSeven steps for newly formed midsize firms.

By Steven E. Sacks
The NEW Fundamentals

There has been talk about consolidation within the accounting profession for the last several years. Will the Big 4 become the Big 2, or will there be the Big One?

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Or, on the other hand, will there be a combination of regional firms whose size will be in the neighborhood of the Top 10 or Top 15 firms that are considered super-regional firms – and who may consider themselves direct competitors to the Big 4?