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Services Firm MGO Adds Two in Chicago Office

Professional services firm MGO LLP has added Marzee Devichand as senior manager and Danielle Faber as supervisor to its new Chicago office at 155 N. Wacker Dr. Led by directors Sarah McGuire and Barbara Webb, the Chicago-based team is spearheading the firm’s Midwest expansion, including a rapidly growing roster of clients across the Midwest. 
Part of one of the nation’s fastest-growing accounting and advisory services firms, MGO’s flagship Midwest office is serving a wide array of industries ranging from cannabis, life sciences and biotech to real estate, professional services and closely held businesses.  
“Marzee and Danielle bring deep experience in a range of core and emerging Midwest industries that furthers our trajectory of offering services a level above what clients generally expect from tax and accounting business advisors,” said Webb.


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