Sanjay will contribute his extensive experience in international and corporate tax to help guide companies, both public and privately owned, and their founders/investors, through highly complex engagements.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (PRWEB) August 29, 2018
Sanjay Agarwal has joined MGO LLP, one of the fastest growing CPA and Advisory Services firms in the nation, where he will bolster MGO’s International tax practice as well as lead the firm’s new Silicon Valley Office. Sanjay will contribute his extensive experience in international and corporate tax to help guide companies, both public and privately owned, and their founders/investors, through highly complex engagements.
“Sanjay’s expertise with international tax and law makes him an ideal addition to MGO,” said Kevin O’Connell, CEO and Managing Partner of MGO. “We continue to grow our international tax practice to better service our clients’ needs and Sanjay’s impressive background and skillset are a perfect complement for that expansion.”
Prior to joining MGO, Sanjay worked with Big Four and major regional firms where he focused on international and corporate tax planning services for multi-national corporations. He has expertise in domestic and foreign M&A, transfer pricing, CFC/Subpart F/GILTI planning, supply chain structuring, foreign tax credit planning, FDII, PFIC planning and local country tax optimization.
About MGO LLP
Founded in 1987, MGO (Macias Gini & O’Connell LLP) is one of the fastest growing professional services firms in the country. The firm offers a diverse array of assurance, tax, consulting, staffing, outsourcing and advisory services to clients that range from aerospace and engineering firms, to hospitals and nonprofit foundations – from the largest government entities in the country, to the biggest celebrities in Hollywood.
MGO is ranked as one of the top CPA firms in the nation by Accounting Today and Inside Public Accounting. And the firm was awarded the ‘Best of Accounting’ designation in Client Satisfaction by the independent research firm, Inavero.