Office: San Francisco
Rich started his career as a corporate tax specialist in the New York office of Price Waterhouse in 1986. He joined BPM in 1992, forming the Private Company Services group to work with clients who have real entrepreneurial spirit. "It's great working directly with hands-on business owners and founders: they are passionate about their work, visionaries in their field, and even artists in designing their own companies – and they are always great fun to work with," says Rich. "It’s important to see the business and each of its owners as one single client, in the same way that a doctor views a patient as being made up of many vital organs. For maximum health, efficiency and planning opportunities, you can’t focus on only the business, or only on taxes; you have to consider all the financial aspects of the business and each of its owners."
Rich's expertise includes:
BA/Accounting – Bernard M. Baruch College, City University of New York
Licensed in both California and New York
Rich’s first bicycle was a purple Schwinn Stingray Deluxe with high handlebars, banana seat and a stick shift, which he rode through the streets of Brooklyn, NY. Today he has a sky blue Specialized Sirrus street bike which he rides 250 miles each month, exploring the neighborhoods of San Francisco.