Monthly Archives: March 2016

Visit Arnerich Massena’s Facebook Page and Follow Us on Twitter!

We are excited to announce that we are expanding our social media presence! With everything we have to talk about, Facebook and Twitter are the perfect forum to start a broader dialogue. We’ll share firm news, pass along important information, keep you updated on investment trends and economic news, share photos, and let you know what’s happening in our community service programs. We want to hear from you too – we look forward to your comments and feedback. Read more »

Welcome, Kevin Finn!

Kevin Finn, CPA, MBA, has joined Arnerich Massena’s Finance team as a senior accountant and analyst. He will work to provide financial analysis, focusing on billing, accounts payable, and cash flow systems. We are excited to welcome our newest team member, and as per tradition, we invited Kevin to share a bit about himself: Read more »

Arnerich Massena Sponsors Reflection, the Dougy Center’s Annual Benefit and Auction

The Dougy Center, which provides support for children and their families who are grieving, is hosting its 2016 Annual Reflection Benefit Dinner & Auction. A magical evening showcasing a gallery of children’s art, an elegant dinner, and a live auction, this year’s benefit will be held at the Portland Art Museum on May 6, 2016. The culminating event of the evening is a raffle of a 2016 Porsche Boxster! Read more »

Welcome to Samantha Pettit!

Samantha Pettit joins Arnerich Massena as a business development associate. She will be assisting the business development team with marketing, RFPs, and events. Arnerich Massena’s tradition is to welcome new employees by asking them to share a bit about themselves. You can learn more about Samantha here: Read more »

Tony Arnerich Talks about China in The Portland Business Journal

“Double-digit growth may be a thing of the past in China, but the world’s largest economy is still growing at a 7 percent clip. The takeaway: patience will be rewarded in the long run despite hand wringing today.” So begins “A Deep Breath on China,” a thought leader forum discussion featured in The Portland Business Journal. Tony Arnerich, along with three other business leaders, held forth on what people need to know in order to successfully do business with or invest in China. Read more »