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Year in Review 2017-2018

February 20, 2018
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It has been a year of transformation for Citrin Cooperman, and we are giving you front row seats to all the action. Check out what we’ve been up to in this year‘s issue of Year in Review.


Inside this issue, we have a featured section on key business trends, where we address topics that are likely to have the greatest impact on you, your clients, and the marketplace. Our partners delve into the most significant trends in an expanded collection of video interviews. Click on any of the below videos to watch:

"2018 is shaping up to be a big year for digital transformation in the middle market. Digital transformation improves how companies: operate, bring products to market, and serve customers, while reducing costs, improving profitability, and creating scalable, long-term infrastructure. It's been happening in the Fortune 500 for several years, and digital trends that are just now starting to converge are making it achievable in the middle market." - Steve Ronan, Principal, Strategy & Business Transformation Practice Leader

"2018 promises to be an exciting time for business owners looking to maximize value. We expect the high valuation environment to continue, as there is more money chasing good investments than there are good business opportunities. With the combination of corporations employing growth by acquisition strategies, private equity funds anxious to deploy capital, and family offices seeking private equity investments, the environment is ripe to prepare your business for sale, and maximize a lifetime of hard work." - Mandeep Trivedi, Principal, Valuation Advisory Services Leader

"Companies are beginning to take notice of the risks associated with cybersecurity, given the continuous flow of news in the media related to companies, large and small, being hacked. At the same time, we are seeing increased regulations related to protecting sensitive data across many industries. While this is generating renewed focus on cybersecurity at the c-suite, companies aren’t sure where to start, driving a greater need for education for companies as to where to begin to protect themselves." - Michael Camacho, Partner, Cybersecurity, Technology & Risk Advisory Consulting Practice Co-Leader