PMB Helin Donovan LLP, the fast-growing Russell Bedford member firm in Texas and San Francisco, has opened an office in Dallas and has appointed two new partners. The firm now has 15 partners and a total of 92 employees.
Jeffrey Jamieson has been brought on board as a new audit partner in the newly-opened Dallas office. Jeff was previously with the Dallas office of a Big-4 firm, where he worked on real estate, financial services and technology companies and on the audits of major sports teams.
In addition, PMB Helin Donovan has promoted Michelle Strain to audit partner in its Austin office. Michelle started with the firm in 2008 and previously worked for a Big-4 firm in Austin.
PMB Helin Donovan was recently listed as the 3rd largest independent accounting firm in the Austin Business Journal survey of accounting firms, one of the 50 fastest growing private companies headquartered in Austin, and received an honorable mention in the 2009 Inside Public Accounting best-managed accounting firms survey.
For further information, contact PMB Helin Donovan partner Tom Donovan on +1 512 583 2908.
About Russell Bedford International
Established in 1983, Russell Bedford International (russellbedford.com) is a global network of independent firms of accountants, business consultants and specialist legal advisers.
Ranked as one of the world's top 15 accounting and audit networks, Russell Bedford is represented by some 460 partners, 5000 staff and 200 offices in more than 70 countries in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific.
All Russell Bedford affiliates are well-established firms offering international business advice and services to local and multinational clients. Most provide a full range of services comprising accounting, auditing, tax advice, general business guidance and financial consulting. In addition, many have special expertise in particular fields, such as international taxation or information technology.
In January 2008 Russell Bedford International was named one of the first 17 full members of the IFAC Forum of Firms after reporting it had implemented a globally coordinated quality assurance programme, committed to the use of International Standards on Auditing (ISAs), and met other specific ethics requirements.