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SVA Certified Public Accountants Welcomes New Principal

Daniel Glomski has joined SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C. as a Principal and member of the Business Advisory Services group in the firm’s Brookfield office.   

Dan has over 25 years of experience in the accounting field with expertise in business valuations, tax planning and strategy, and general business consulting across a wide variety of industries. Dan helps clients understand financial information to improve their company’s profitability and protect their interests. He has assisted numerous companies through business succession, merger, sale, acquisition and capital fundraising transactions which has earned him the trusted advisor title from his clients.

“We are excited to have Dan join SVA,” stated Carl Schultz, President and CEO. “With Dan’s expertise, we will be able to expand the firm’s valuation and business consulting services currently being offered in SVA’s Milwaukee location. We look forward to utilizing his experience, allowing our team to continue to deliver measurable results.”  


Since our inception in 1974, we have focused on developing long-standing business relationships. As our clients’ businesses and personal interests have grown, we have increased our service offerings to meet their expanding needs.

Now over 40 years later, SVA and its affiliates are recognized leaders offering a wide range of professional services including audit and accounting, tax, business information technologies, wealth management, trust and estate administration services.

The cornerstone of SVA will always remain the same, providing service and value to help our clients achieve measurable results, while exceeding their expectations. SVA is not only dedicated to the clients we serve, we are dedicated to the communities we serve, maintaining a long tradition of involvement and support.

SVA is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, employs over 300 staff, and has additional offices in Milwaukee and Appleton, Wisconsin and Rockford, Illinois.