David Moshashvili, CPA, is a principal in the Audit Department at MBAF in the New York Region.
David has over 13 years of experience advising both publicly and privately held companies, as well as international companies in various industries including consumer products, wholesale and distribution, retail and manufacturing and financial services.
He helps clients streamline their operations, reduce expenses and achieve their financial objectives. Furthermore, David has been involved in consulting and advising companies on financial reporting and internal control matters, improving operational efficiencies, profitability and other compliance matters.
Also, David is fluent in Russian and conversational in Georgian.
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)
Contemporary Credit Club – Board Member and President, 2011 – 2015
Binghamton University – Bachelor of Science in Accounting
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David Moshashvili, CPA, has joined nationally recognized public accounting firm MBAF as a principal in the Audit Department, and will be based in the firm’s New York office. The announcement was made by Tony Argiz, Chairman and CEO of MBAF. Mos ...
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