Accounting and business consulting firm RBZ, LLP announces promotions
RBZ, LLP, the Los Angeles-based accounting and business consulting firm, announced that Sergio Salas has been promoted to Manager from Senior Supervisor in the firm's Real Estate practice, and Dmitriy Pinus has been promoted to Senior Supervisor from Supervisor in the firm's Tax practice.
"Sergio and Dmitriy are respected by both clients and peers," said David Roberts, managing partner of RBZ, LLP. "They are very knowledgeable in their respective practice areas and consistently make distinctive contributions to our firm. We look forward to their continued leadership and success."
Salas has over eight years of experience in providing tax compliance and planning services to high-net-worth individuals, corporations and to real estate owners, developers and investors. Salas received his Master of Business Taxation from the University of Southern California and his Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame.
With more than five years experience in public accounting, Pinus provides tax services to high-net-worth individuals and companies in the entertainment and real estate industries, and also to a variety of middle-market companies. Pinus graduated from Irkutsk State Finance Academy in Russia, and recently completed his Master of Business Taxation from the University of Southern California.
Since its founding in 1975, the accounting and business consulting firm, RBZ, LLP, has become one of the largest independent accounting firms in the Los Angeles area. It serves clients in five distinct practice areas: Law Firms, Real Estate, Family Services, Nonprofits, Middle-Market.
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