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Doeren Mayhew Expands Multi-Family Housing Audit Practice via Acquisition

TROY, MICH. – Aug. 8, 2018 – Doeren Mayhew, a top 65 multi-regional certified public accounting and advisory firm, announced today that an agreement has been signed with Michigan CPA Steven Champa.

For more than 30 years, Champa focused on performing multi-family housing audits, including U.S. Department of Housing (HUD) and Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA), and domestic tax preparation for his diverse client base as a partner at Southfield-based Kirschner Hutton Perlin, P.C.

This acquisition strengthens Doeren Mayhew’s current expertise in this audit sector by adding to its practice and deepening its bench of subject-matter advisors, while offering additional value-added services to Champa’s clientele.

“Joining forces with an industry leader like Doeren Mayhew creates an opportunity to better serve my clients,” said Champa. “Their existing multi-family housing audit expertise, along with their diverse capabilities and service offerings, made the move a great fit for me and my clients. I look forward to collaborating and creating the best business solutions available for our clients together.”

As a result of the transaction, Champa, along with long-time Kirschner Hutton Perlin, P.C. employee Robin DeWitt, will be welcomed to Doeren Mayhew’s national headquarters in Troy, Mich., where they will act in a similar capacity as they currently do.

“We are privileged to have Steven and Robin join the firm. They have earned a top-notch reputation for their expertise in HUD/MSHDA audits that will most definitely benefit our clients,” said Doeren Mayhew’s managing shareholder Chad Anschuetz. “Furthermore, we are committed to providing integrated capabilities that will exceed our combined clients’ expectations.”

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