Seiler LLP, one of the nation’s leading advisory, tax and accounting firms in the high-net-worth space, announced today that it has promoted Nancy Young to the partnership.
“Nancy is an outstanding addition to the partnership. She has a long track record of successfully advising clients on a range of national and cross-border tax and business matters, and has done phenomenal work leading our US-China practice,” said George D. Marinos, Seiler’s chief executive officer. “We look forward to her continued leadership and contributions to clients, the firm and the community.”
Young, a certified public accountant who joined Seiler after graduating from U.C. Berkeley, advises multi-state and multi-national corporations and partnerships, as well as high-net-worth multi-generational family groups. She has deep expertise in tax planning and compliance, estate and charitable giving matters, stock options, foreign transactions, Internal Revenue Service and Franchise Tax Board representations and business planning, as well as considerable experience providing assurance services and overseeing audit engagements for tax clients.
Fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese, Young is Seiler’s HLB Global China Service representative, and leads US-China engagements and services for international clients. She is also the co-chair of the firm’s Tax Committee and co-leader of the Business Tax business development group.
“Seiler has been my professional home throughout my career and I’m very proud to join the partnership,” said Young, who is based in the firm’s Redwood City office. “I look forward to playing a more significant role here moving forward as Seiler continues to provide world-class service to our clients in the San Francisco Bay Area and around the world.”
Outside of work Young enjoys being active in the community, serving as a board member and on the finance committee of the Filoli Garden and an ambassador of Ascend, a Pan-Asian Leaders organization, where she also serves on the Corporate Executive Initiative Committee. Previously, Young served on the board of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Berkeley-Haas Alumni Network.