Rothstein Kass Adds 3 Tax Principals

Feb 23 2011 | 10:21am ET

New Jersey-based financial services group Rothstein Kass has added three tax principals to its ranks: Moshe Biderman, David Logan and Robert Siegel.

Biderman, who specializes in advising hedge funds, private equity funds, fund of funds and other types of alternative investments, will serve in the Rothstein Kass Financial Services Group and be based in Roseland, New Jersey. Prior to joining Rothstein Kass in 2011, Biderman managed several of the largest alternative investment client engagements at a Big Four accounting firm.

Logan, an alternative investment specialist, will work in the Financial Services Group, but will be based in the firm’s New York office. He was previously senior managing director and CFO for an international fund of funds complex, where his responsibilities included middle and back office operations, audit and tax reporting, and regulatory and compliance matters for the investment funds and management entities.

Siegel, a tax planning and advisory services specialist to both public and private companies, has re-joined Rothstein Kass as a tax principal in the Commercial Services Group. He will operate from the firm’s Roseland location. Siegel specializes in providing tax planning and advisory services to both public and private companies across industry sectors including financial services, construction, manufacturing, professional services, real estate, retail and technology.

Commenting on the appointments, Steven A. Kass, co-CEO and co-managing principal of Rothstein Kass, said the company evaluates candidates “not only on technical expertise, but also on their commitment to perpetual professional development—and their willingness to share the benefits of their experiences with an emerging generation of business leaders.” Biderman, Logan and Siegal, he says, “have demonstrated superior skills and a collaborative spirit consistent with our firm’s culture. We are delighted to have them join the Rothstein Kass team.”
 
Rothstein Kass serves privately-held and publicly-traded companies, as well as high net worth individuals and families. Beyond core audit and tax services, the firm provides a full array of integrated advisory services, including strategic business counseling, regulatory compliance and SEC services, insurance and risk management consulting and family office services.
 


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