(Warwick, Rhode Island) – March 20, 2019 — DiSanto, Priest & Co., a premier accounting firm serving a wide range of businesses, business owners, and high net worth clients today announced it was ranked No. 4 on Accounting Today’’s Fastest Growing Firms in the U.S. 2019, a ranking of the 20 fastest growing national accounting firms. DiSanto, Priest & Co. grew 32.74% in 2018 to an estimated $15 million in revenue.

“Being named a fastest growing firm is a true honor for our entire DiSanto, Priest & Co. team,” noted Emilio Colapietro, Managing Partner. “We believe that our commitment as an independently operated professional services firm to the Southern New England marketplace, coupled with our focus on privately held businesses, our industry specialization, as well as our continued investment in our people and technology, have allowed us to be successful as is evidenced by this recent ranking. We remain dedicated to delivering superior client service with a personal touch and are most thankful for our clients’ continued loyalty and confidence in our firm and team.”

DiSanto, Priest & Co. has consistently been ranked as one of the top New England-based accounting firms according to Accounting Today. Additionally, DiSanto, Priest & Co. has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work by Providence Business News for seven years in a row as well as receiving The American Institute of CPA’s 2014 Public Service Award for Firms in recognition of its charitable work in communities throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.


DiSanto, Priest & Co. serves as a business advisor for today’s leading privately-held companies, with teams dedicated to serving the manufacturing, distribution, retail, real estate, construction, professional services, technology, commercial fishing, and precious metals refining industries. As a firm purposely built to serve privately-held businesses, it provides the full array of tax planning, tax compliance, assurance, accounting support, and wealth advisory services to the owner-operators of those closely-held entities. Learn more at www.disantopriest.com.