Kash Hussain is an audit partner and co-practice leader of the Technology & Media industry practice in CohnReznick’s Los Angeles office. He is also a subject matter expert in resolving complex technical issues in the entertainment industry practice. Hussain has more than 20 years of diverse experience providing audit and consulting services to privately held and public companies. He has worked with clients in motion picture and television production and distribution, broadcasting, digital media, music and numerous other industries. Clients report that his focus on completing projects with the utmost professionalism is unmatched. He has the ability to simplify the complex, but maintain the attention to detail that is required of such a technical industry.
Hussain’s experience includes resolving complicated accounting and auditing matters, and he has managed a wide range of global audit engagements with detailed capital structures. He is also involved in the operational aspects of his clients’ businesses and assists with M&A transactions and capital transactions including initial public offerings,secondary offerings and private placements. Hussain has taught accounting courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level. He has also authored and co-authored several white papers on technical accounting matters for various industries and is a frequent speaker on accounting and business matters related to the entertainment industry.
Hussain is involved in his community and participates in a variety of local, as well as firm organizations. Acting as a mentor to his staff and others, Hussain develops and conducts professional development sessions in the accounting and auditing fields. He takes great pride in providing opportunities for his team members to develop and grow.
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