Scott M. Sachs, CPA '12
C-Suite Advisor Since 2012
Regional Managing Partner West Region & Executive Board Member
Mr. Sachs’ career includes significant experience in both initial and secondary public offerings, debt and equity financing, and acquisition and divestiture analysis. He is actively involved in such organizations as the Boys & Girls Club of the West Valley, the Los Angeles Jewish Home, the Girl Scout Council, The Entrepreneurship Institute, and Junior Achievement. Scott is also a member of the Ernst & Young LLP Alumni Association of Southern California board of directors. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Mr. Sachs is a member of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of Public Accountants.
Articles By Scott
Five tips on how to capitalize on the digital customer experience and maximize profits
The changing landscape of the finance world finds the family office competing directly with private equity
The tricks of the trade when buying, selling and investing luxury transportation, art and second homes.
Solid job growth and the continued influx of Millennial Money leave reason for optimism
On the heels of a landmark SEC ruling, what’s next for investing?
Expert opinion on managing financial risk and governance as a non-profit
Debugging the myths and phobias of estate planning
With shifting lifestyle choices from generation to generation, real estate investing is more critical than...
10 key drivers to boost enterprise value prior to a funding round or liquidity event
Looming comprehensive tax reform will affect business, individuals, and non profits alike
The tax incentives in the film industry drive tourism throughout our country
Strategize around your property to maximize the environmental benefits of LEED certification and your ROI
Listing the five ways to raise money - financing and funding - your next bright idea
Spotlighting the role a risk management firm plays on portfolio analysis for private equity firms
Assessing healthcare costs employers face and examining best first steps to reducing costs
Realistic reasons to invest in real estate as an alternative asset class
Steve Jobs excelled in part due to his technology, but mostly due to his leadership