CohnReznick Welcomes Two Partners to the Firm

Angel Li

Scott Sachs

New York-based CohnReznick (FY23 net revenue of $920.0 million) announces that two professionals have joined the firm as partners – Angel Li has joined the tax practice and Scott Sachs has joined the assurance practice.

Li has more than 25 years of experience providing federal and state tax compliance and consulting services to companies of all sizes across the manufacturing, real estate, technology, and private equity industries. Li’s tax consulting services include analysis of tax structures and transactions, buy- and sell-side tax due diligence, income tax provision support, and representing clients in IRS, state and local examinations.

“At the core of our tax practice is a commitment to provide value to our clients beyond typical tax services – by providing proactive, practical insights and helping our clients understand and manage risk.” said Patrick Duffany, CohnReznick Tax MP. “Angel’s decades and breadth of multi-industry tax experience advising clients of all sizes across a broad range of topics, will greatly benefit our clients and provide even more depth to our tax services team.”

Sachs has 20 years of audit experience serving private equity and public company clients with a focus on the manufacturing and distribution and consumer industries, as well as software and technology services. Sachs advises large and middle market private equity clients and their portfolio companies on mergers and acquisitions, revenue recognition,  complex equity instruments, stock-based compensation and leases.

“Creating value for clients across the private equity ecosystem begins with helping them proactively address the industry’s critical regulatory requirements and compliance protocols,” says partner Christopher Aroh, financial sponsors industry leader. “Scott has extensive technical accounting and audit knowledge, an exceptional track record in client service, and deep understanding of the intricacies of private equity deals across multiple industries.”

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