David P. Rosenbaum, CPA, leads MBAF’s Merger and Acquisition Transaction practice and is a principal in the Tax and Accounting Department. David has been in the public accounting profession since 1973.
With over 40 years of experience in public practice, David provides accounting, estate and income tax and consulting services to a variety of industries with concentration in law firms, real estate, healthcare and other professional service organizations as well as mergers and acquisitions for corporate transactions, hedge funds, private equity firms, and financial institutions.
He has advised on numerous transactions on both the buy side and sell side and has provided tax due diligence and modeling as well as corporate structuring. David, an experienced litigation consultant with law-related consulting matters, has served as an expert witness in various cases involving valuation and economic loss issues relating to commercial litigation. He provides advisory services to entrepreneurs and growth-oriented companies, wealth preservation/asset protection for high-net-worth individuals and professional firms.
His in-depth experience in litigation support includes coordinating and negotiating transactions involving the formation of group practices including related due diligence matters and analyzing and reorganizing financial and operational systems. Prior to joining MBAF, David worked for a South Florida CPA firm where he provided high level accounting services to clients in a broad spectrum of industries. David served as managing director of the firm from 1993 to 2005.
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- Baptist Health Systems – Governing Board Member
- University of Florida Foundation – Miami Dade Council
- University of Miami – Post Graduate Work, 1970 – 1972
- University of Florida – Bachelor of Science in Accounting, 1970
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