Mohamed Ghattas is a senior manager in CohnReznick’s Tax Practice and a key member of the specialized industry teams for the firm’s Commercial Real Estate, Retail and Consumer Product, and Cannabis Practices. Mohamed has more than 12 years of experience of diversified public accounting experience serving companies in a variety of industries.
Ghattas provides tax and business consulting services concerning numerous facets of partnership and real estate taxation, as well as tax structuring and compliance for closely held businesses and their owners. He has also served privately held and public companies, both startups and those in the middle market.
Taking advantage of educational, professional, and social opportunities to grow and broaden his network, Ghattas is involved in his community and participates in a variety of local, as well as firm organizations. He has volunteered at the Los Angeles Food Bank packaging food in Downtown LA. He is a supporter of the organization’s “Closing the Hunger GAAP” program, which focuses on mobilizing resources to fight hunger in the LA community. He is also currently in the firm’s Partner Academy and has taken on significant additional responsibilities with clients as well as leadership roles within his firm. He is a valuable member of the firm’s Client Experience Platform (CXP) Super User Group where he works nationally with other select leaders across the firm to evaluate and enhance one of the firm’s strategic software platforms. He also leverages this expertise to work with local partners and managers to help roll out the implementation of this software to ensure everyone has a full working knowledge to help drive the firm’s success.
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