Rothstein Kass Names Three New Principals

Aug 3 2011 | 9:37am ET

New Jersey-based financial services group Rothstein Kass has named Arthur Brown, Kashif Hussain and Daniel O’Connor as principals.

All three are accounting and audit specialists—Brown and Hussain in the Beverly Hills office and O’Connor in Denver. Both Brown and O’Connor are in the firm’s financial services group while Hussain is in the commercial services group.

In related news, Henry Jia (financial services group) and Robert Levin (family office group) have been named senior directors with the firm.

Steve Kass, co-CEO and co-managing principal at Rothstein Kass, said the company's recent successes—including being recognized as the top accounting firm to the alternatives space—would not have been possible "without the tireless efforts of our dedicated, passionate and knowledgeable professionals. Throughout their careers with our firm, Art, Kash and Dan have consistently demonstrated these characteristics, and are trusted and valued resources to both clients and staff.”
 
Rothstein Kass has served privately held and publicly traded companies, high-net-worth individuals and families, for more than 50 years. The firm provides accounting, auditing and tax services, as well as a full array of integrated services.


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