Noorani joins Mercadien as managing director in taxation

Rahim Noorani joined Mercadian as chief executive and director of the company’s tax department, the Princeton-based company announced Wednesday.

Noorani joins the accounting, advisory and tax firm with over 15 years of diverse experience in partnership and corporate taxation, as well as federal, state, international and personal tax compliance, specializing in investment funds, operating partnerships and holding companies.

As a member of Mercadien’s Private Company Services group, Noorani will serve as a subject matter expert in providing optimal tax structures and strategies for its private company clients and their owners. Additionally, he will work with the firm’s Transaction Advisory Services group, providing advice from a tax perspective to clients buying or selling a business by advising on transaction structures, conducting due diligence tax and assisting with estate and exit planning.

About Mercadien

Founded in 1963 in Princeton, the Mercadian Group is a family of entities that provides a full range of advisory and accounting services, including traditional auditing and financial reporting, tax compliance and planning, compliance, risk assessment, litigation support, outsourced CFO. and accounting services, mergers and acquisitions assistance, succession planning, management consulting and board of directors, as well as wealth management solutions. It also has offices in Philadelphia.

Mercadien chief executive and general manager Myron Gellman applauded the announcement.

“We at Mercadien are delighted to have Rahim join our professional customer service team as Managing Director and Principal,” he said. “The addition of Rahim will expand Mercadien’s existing tax expertise in a few sectors, particularly in the financial services sector, particularly hedge funds and private equity groups.

“Mercadien continues to grow and will further expand our service offering capabilities in the future.”

Prior to joining Mercadien, Noorani was a tax director at PwC, where he specialized in federal tax compliance and advisory services for wealth management companies and participated in the review of partnership agreements, partnership agreements buy/sell, M&A transactions, carry/cascade models and bylaws. tax returns. Additionally, he led a large team of federal tax professionals and served as a liaison between the federal team and the state and international tax and personal finance teams.

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