Larry Soldinger of L J Soldinger Associates
As the founder and managing partner at L J Soldinger Associates (LJSA), Larry Soldinger has provided a broad array of financial advisory and accounting services since founding the firm in 1989. Headquartered in Deer Park, Illinois, the full-service certified public accounting firm is a registered member of both the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). Under the leadership of Larry Soldinger, the firm has consistently earned prestigious “No Comment” letters from the peer review programs of both AICPA and PCAOB.
Larry Soldinger guides the operations of LJSA in the United States and abroad, assisting a number of prominent high-net-worth clients across North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. The firm’s services include corporate accounting and strategic tax planning, as well as business consulting in areas such as budgeting, forensic accounting, and crisis management. Additionally, Mr. Soldinger supports strategic planning and negotiation efforts for pre-IPO firms throughout the public offering process. His expertise also spans corporate restructurings, mergers, and acquisitions. His clients benefit from the quality of LJSA’s services and from inclusion in a vast client network of prominent professionals and organizations across several global industries.
Possessing BBA degrees in both accounting and finance from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Larry Soldinger has over four decades of experience in the financial service sector.
Most Michelin Starred Cities in Europe
An experienced accountant, Larry Soldinger is the founder and managing partner at LJ Soldinger Associates, a full-service public accounting firm based in Illinois. When he’s not busy providing a wide range of financial and accounting services to clients, Larry Soldinger is an avid world traveler who is particularly fond of visiting different Michelin-rated restaurants in Europe.
Europe is well known for its large number of Michelin star restaurants. The Michelin Guide began in Paris, France, and the city now has more than 80 starred restaurants. Following are a few more European cities known for their Michelin-level dining:
- London, England: Home to such Michelin starred chefs as Marco Pierre White and Gordon Ramsay, London has a wide range of Michelin restaurants. Many of the starred restaurants in the area were recognized for their more traditional dishes.
- Salzburg, Austria: Unofficially recognized as the Alps’ culinary capital, Salzburg has six Michelin starred restaurants. It has more stars per capita than Vienna, coming in at just over four stars per 100,000 residents. Salzburg is often suggested as the preferred stop for individuals looking for quality food in the country.
- Copenhagen, Denmark: Holding 15 Michelin stars across 13 restaurants, Copenhagen is well known for its two-star restaurants Geranium and Noma. Copenhagen is the world’s most-starred Nordic city.