Green Hasson & Janks promotes two accountants to partner

Managing Partner Leon Janks of Green Hasson & Janks LLP (GH&J), a Los Angeles-based certified public accounting firm, has announced that Donella Wilson and Farshad Yashar have been promoted to partner. "We are pleased to welcome Donella and Farshad to the partner team," says Janks. "Their client service and dedication to the firm is outstanding."

Wilson is a partner in the GH&J Nonprofit Group. She has over 11 years of public accounting experience and joined Green Hasson & Janks in 2000. Wilson's industry experience includes nonprofits, closely help businesses in service, manufacturing, waste management and recycling and real estate.

Yashar is a partner in the GH&J Tax Group and has over 12 years of experience in taxation of corporations, flow-through entities, financial products and real estate. His experience includes advising buy and sell-side clients with respect to tax aspects of Mergers and Acquisition transactions and corporate restructurings.

Green Hasson & Janks LLP is a Los Angeles-based business advisory firm specializing in audit, accounting, royalties and tax planning. GH&J is one of the top-20 largest accounting firms in Los Angeles and has served closely held businesses throughout the United States and internationally for over 50 years.

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