California CPA appointed to LA Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

The Santa Monica, CA CPA and consulting firm of Gumbiner Savett Inc. is pleased to announce that Michael Savoy, CPA, Managing Director, has been appointed to the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

"It is an honor to be part of an organization that provides such great support and benefit to its members, as well as southern California," said Savoy. "I look forward to helping strengthen the community during my time on the Board and I am personally committed to carrying out the mission of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce."

As managing director of the Gumbiner Savett, Savoy focuses his client service on the apparel and textile, aerospace, manufacturing, distribution, real estate, and importing industries. He specializes in providing audit and financial reporting for privately held entities, tax planning and compliance, succession planning and exit strategies.

In addition to his involvement with the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Savoy is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), California Society of Certified Public Accountants (CalCPA), Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) Association, and BKR International. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Pace University. Savoy is a resident of Encino, California.

The mission of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce is to ensure full economic prosperity and quality of life in its region by being the voice of business; promoting collaboration and helping its members grow. In achieving this mission they help to create jobs, a thriving economy and protect the current and future welfare of the greater Los Angeles area. The Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of more than 235,000 businesses in Los Angeles County, more than 1,600 member companies, more than 722,430 employees, and small, medium, and large companies. The Chamber's board members are responsible for determining policy positions on business issues and advise the Chamber on strategies and policies.

Headquartered in Santa Monica, Gumbiner Savett Inc. ranks among the top 20 largest CPA and business advisory firms in Southern California. In addition to traditional private and public company accounting and tax services, the firm specializes in general business consulting, estate planning and compliance, fraud examination studies, and litigation support. Gumbiner Savett is a member firm of BKR International and the Center for Public Company Audit Firms of the AICPA. The firm employs over 100 professionals in the Santa Monica area.

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