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We offer a wide range of interrelated services to both domestic and international clients.

Assurance Services

ASSURANCE/AUDIT

Our approach to providing assurance services is to utilize the knowledge, training and experience of our professionals to conduct an efficient and effective engagement.
Advisory Services

ADVISORY

Our teams of asset managers, operational consultants, forensic experts and accountants are appropriately sized and staffed to meet the necessities of the specific engagement.
INTERNATIONAL TAX & BUSINESS

INTERNATIONAL TAX & BUSINESS

We are professionals who have been involved in accounting and business advisory needs with numerous complex transactions at the local, national and international levels.

NEWS

China’s CCTV talks with Drew Bernstein, president of Marcum Bernstein Pinchuk, about interest rates.

MEDIA | December 15, 2015

China’s CCTV talks with Drew Bernstein, president of Marcum Bernstein Pinchuk, about the likelihood that the U.S. Federal Reserve will raise interest rates, and whether such a move would signal a return to normalized rates, after years of near-zero interest.

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Drew Bernstein, Co-Managing Partner of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk, Featured in Long Island Business News Article “The China Bubble.”

MEDIA | September 8, 2015

The United States isn’t the only place where bubbles form. The Chinese stock market may have just burst its own bubble. China’s Shanghai Composite Index declined 8.5 percent Aug. 24 in what came to be known as “Black Monday,” capping off more than a month of decline.

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Drew Bernstein, Co-Managing Partner of Marcum Bernstein & Pinchuk, Featured in Long Island Business News Article, "The China Syndrome".

MEDIA | August 27, 2015

In the weeks before U.S. markets tumbled, trouble emerged in China that, in retrospect, may have foreshadowed a U.S. fall – and not just the season. Suddenly, it felt as if the United States caught the China flu.

Chinese stock markets declined precipitously and the Chinese government devalued the yuan, setting off global jitters and lighting a financial fuse that many say went on to burn the U.S. economy.


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