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CohnReznick launches European advisory subsidiary

CohnReznick, a US-based accounting, tax, and advisory firm, has tapped Netherlands-based Marc Altena to serve as EMEA advisory services leader and leader of the firm’s newly formed European subsidiary, CohnReznick Netherlands, based in The Hague.

Altena is an experienced consultant specialising in business and technology transformation solutions.
 
Previously, he served as managing partner of a Netherlands-based consulting firm, working with clients throughout EMEA in the real estate, insurance, and banking sectors. He brings expertise in business transformation strategy, process optimisation, international project management, change management, and global technology implementations.
 
The practice serves real estate, private equity, and life sciences businesses.
 
“Marc’s deep insight into the business processes, operations, and enabling technologies of the industries we serve will offer tremendous value to our clients. His strategic vision, consulting skills, and technical expertise make him the ideal leader for our European subsidiary,” says Frank Longobardi, CohnReznick CEO. “With an increasingly global client base committed to breakthrough transformations, CohnReznick’s standards for providing world-class client service led us to establish a European presence.”
 
“Having leadership immersed in the distinct cultures and business environment of the region is a factor in implementing successful improvement initiatives. Clients benefit from Marc’s ability to localise key services from our real estate advisory, CFO advisory, and technology advisory practices to help drive growth, optimise profitability, manage risk, and improve operations,” says David Rubin, principal, risk and business advisory director, CohnReznick. “We’re excited about the opportunity to fulfil client requests for these services across Europe, and we look forward to expanding our capabilities across the region.”

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