Burr Pilger Mayer Announces Partner Promotion

San Francisco-based Burr Pilger Mayer (BPM) (FY13 net revenue of $68.7 million) announced the promotion of Selena Yeung into the firm’s partnership. Yeung serves as a partner in the firm’s tax practice, representing high-net-worth individuals, corporate executives and family-owned businesses in an array of business and tax matters.

“BPM’s tax practice is growing rapidly, already one of the largest on the West Coast,” says Curtis Burr, CEO and co-founder of BPM. “BPM is very excited to have Selena join our partnership. She brings impressive knowledge, background, depth and breadth of tax experience and has a proven track record of providing outstanding client service and value to each and every one of her clients.”

Yeung has more than 16 years of experience in income tax planning, charitable planning, retirement planning, estates and trusts planning, financial planning and wealth transfer planning for private individuals. For corporations, she advises executive officers including CEOs, CFOs and Section 16 officers with stock option planning for incentive stock options, non-qualified stock options and restricted stock units for their companies.