Dan DiPietro, a nearly 30-year fixture within Citi Private Bank Law Firm Group where he advised the nation’s largest law firms on their financial outlook, has retired from his role as chair of that advisory arm to start his own consulting shop and lend his expertise part time to McKinsey & Co.
DiPietro said his transition from Citi began about a year ago when he informed the company he wanted to advise firms on more than just their financial status and how that measured up with their goals.
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