Rothstein Kass Opens Boston Office

Oct 2 2012 | 10:47am ET

New Jersey-based financial service group Rothstein Kass has hung out its shingle in Boston.

The new, full-service office will be staffed with 34 professionals serving clients in the hedge fund, private equity, venture capital and family office businesses, among others.

Rothstein's Beantown expansion follows the recent addition of 16 family office professionals from Boston-based JDJ Associates. The new office will be headed up by longtime Rothstein Kass principal Jeff Somers.

“With an already strong client base there and a clear demand for the unique brand of professional services we provide, Boston was the logical next step in our national expansion,” said Steven Kass, co-CEO and co-managing principal of Rothstein Kass.

Rothstein Kass now has nine offices and more than 1,100 employees.


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