San Ramon, Calif.-based Armanino LLP (FY18 net revenue of $267.2 million) has announced the admission of nine new firm partners as well as two new partners joining the firm.
This new group of partners includes professionals in tax, audit, risk assurance and advisory and consulting practices across six offices throughout California, Texas and Washington.
“The new partners are a phenomenal group of people who always find new ways to drive value for clients and serve as effective team leaders,” says CEO Matt Armanino. “They truly embody the firm’s core values of innovation, entrepreneurism and positive energy. Most exciting is that they represent the firm’s growth in a variety of geographies and service lines where they have created opportunities and made an impact on the firm.”
Nearly all the new partners participated in the firm’s partner track program, which identifies, educates and mentors potential partners. In addition, the firm’s “transparency to partnership” education track focuses on educating all levels of the firm about the expectations, qualifications and benefits to pursuing partnership.
New firm partners include:
- Todd Bishop, risk assurance and advisory service partner, who works remotely and helps lead the internal audit, SOC and SOX teams.
- Katy Brown, tax partner, works from San Ramon and focuses on serving nonprofits and works with exempt organizations in a variety of capacities.
- Peter Burns, audit partner, works from San Francisco and serves the technology industry providing assurance and auditing services.
- Jon Chin, audit partner, works from San Jose, Calif., in audit and business consulting, primarily in the technology industry.
- Jarrett Ganan, tax partner, is based in the west Los Angeles office, and specializes in partnership tax compliance, business structures and transactions, focusing on the cannabis, entertainment and high-net-worth sectors.
- David Greenamyre, tax partner, is located in San Jose, Calif., and specializes in corporate taxation with a focus on ASC 740 income tax accounting and theory in the technology, hospitality and consumer product goods industries.
- Ryan Guyton, tax partner, works from Dallas, and serves privately held businesses with income and estate tax planning, wealth transfer and succession planning, merger and acquisition consulting and other business advisory services.
- Isaac Peace, audit partner, works from Dallas and focuses on audit, attestation, internal controls and business advisory in the technology, real estate and financial services industries.
- Eric Thomas, consulting partner based in San Ramon, serves nonprofit and for-profit organizations on finance and accounting needs and digital transformation.
New partners joining the firm:
- Rich Asiodche, audit partner, Seattle, works with life sciences, technology and emerging growth companies, advising on mergers and acquisitions, financial statement audits and integrated audits.
- Mike Goral, tax partner, leads the cannabis tax practice from the west Los Angeles office. He advises cannabis clients on a broad range of issues and provides guidance on cannabis technology, manufacturing, transportation and retail issues.