August 10, 2022

Moss Adams Poaches Someone From EY and Issues a Press Release, Parts I and II

Moss Adams went to the EY well to get two of its newest partners: Jeremy Kuhlmann and Syed Rizvi.

Kuhlmann recently joined MA’s life sciences practice in Seattle:

He has practiced public accounting since 2004, primarily serving life science, technology and advanced manufacturing companies. Kuhlmann has extensive experience with complex accounting and financial reporting matters, including revenue recognition, stock-based compensation and debt-equity transactions and has expertise in public filings, including initial public offerings.

Jeremy Kuhlmann

Before getting the bump up to partner at the House of Schmidt, Kuhlmann spent more than 16 years at EY in Seattle, working his way up from assurance staff and senior, to assurance manager, to assurance senior manager, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Rizvi also is getting his first taste of what it’s like being a partner at a sizable public accounting firm. He joined Moss Adams’ asset management practice in San Francisco:

He has practiced public accounting since 2008, providing accounting and consulting services to alternative investment funds consisting of private equity, venture capital, hedge, credit, and real estate funds. Additionally, Rizvi has advised executive management of alternative investment funds on operational matters, regulatory compliance and accounting topics.

Syed Rizvi

Rizvi joined the Black and Yellow in 2008 as a staff in San Francisco and followed the typical EY progression: senior associate to manager to senior manager, according to his LinkedIn profile.

And for two months in 2016, Rizvi participated in EY’s global corporate responsibility fellows program, in partnership with Endeavor, to provide consulting services to entrepreneurs of Arara LLC in Santiago, Chile.

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