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Barry Sunshine joined Janover LLC, Garden City, as a tax partner. Sunshine has more than 25 years of experience providing tax planning and preparation, as well as succession planning for businesses and structuring business purchases and sales. … Peter Rabinowitz joined the State and Local Tax Practice of J.H. Cohn, where he will serve as a director at its New York office. Prior to J.H. Cohn, Rabinowitz held several tax positions in New York City’s Finance and Law Departments ,where he represented the city in more than 500 hearings. His most recent position was chief of audit operations. … Michael Bernstein has been named managing partner at Rosen Seymour Shapss Martin & Co. LLP, New York. Bernstein succeeds Martin Greenberg who previously served as managing partner at the firm. RSSM also tapped David W. Ostrow to serve as administrative managing partner, which is a newly created position at the firm. Fred Shapss, chairman of RSSM, has been elected to serve on the North American Board of Directors and World Board of Directors of PrimeGlobal. … John Sabatini joined the PwC as partner in the risk assurance practice, where he will lead the firm’s new Advanced Risk & Compliance Analytics Services. Prior to PwC, Sabatini served as a managing director of IT at Goldman Sachs. He led the global technology audit team and was responsible for evaluating the firm’s internal control structure and providing strategic advice to management as they developed control solutions and monitored the implementation of management’s control measures. The firm also tapped partner Paula Loop as the New York Metro Region Assurance Leader, while partner Deidre Schiela was named as the West Region Assurance Leader. In PwC’s Forensic Services practice, Ryan Murphy and Philip Koos were admitted as partner, while Alexandre Blanc and Sanjay Subramanian were promoted to principal.

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