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Richey May Acquires Two IT Firms

Phil Hall
Oct 03, 2018
Richey May has formed a partnership with Amata Solutions to bring customized business intelligence tools to mortgage lenders

Richey May, a Denver-based accounting and advisory firm serving the financial services and real estate industries, has acquired a pair of IT consultancies: Arrow Partnership, a nationwide provider of management and IT consulting services, and Corporate Blue, a cybersecurity and managed IT services firm. The terms of the acquisitions were not made public.
 
According to Richey May, the newly acquired companies will become part of its Technology Solutions division. This expanded division will focus on IT demands that impact the mortgage banking industry, with an emphasis on cloud-based managed services, strategic technology management consulting and cybersecurity risk assessments.
 
"Arrow Partnership and Corporate Blue have excellent reputations for providing a wide range of IT consulting services that span multiple industries," said Ken Richey, Founding Partner of Richey May. "As the demand for strategic IT planning and compliance intensifies, these acquisitions will ensure we are able to meet the needs of mortgage lenders for years to come."

 
Published
Oct 03, 2018
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