BeachFleischman Admits Ulibarri, Barraza and Feldhausen to Shareholder

Christine Ulibarri

Christine Ulibarri

Tucson, Ariz.-based BeachFleischman PC (FY17 net revenue of $26.9 million) announced that Christine Ulibarri, Fernando Barraza and Evan Feldhausen have been admitted as shareholders. The three shareholder additions serve to support strategic growth by deepening the firm’s specialized tax and industry practices. The firm now has 21 shareholders and over 160 professional client service and administrative staff.

“All of these individuals have consistently demonstrated leadership capabilities while making significant contributions toward the growth of the firm, client service, and staff training. We are excited about the critical role they will play in helping us achieve our long-term goals,” says Marc Fleischman, CEO of BeachFleischman PC.

Fernando Barraza

Fernando Barraza

Ulibarri is a tax shareholder and a member of the firm’s construction segment team. During her numerous years of experience in public accounting, she has provided a wide range of tax compliance, planning, consulting and research services to her clients. She directs her attention at developing relationships with clients and other integral professionals in the real estate, construction and service related industries. She advises owners of private and closely-held businesses on tax planning and compliance, business and tax strategies, and individual tax services. Her effective problem solving, leadership, and communication skills strengthen her ability to perform, review, and supervise client engagements.

Evan Feldhausen

Evan Feldhausen

Barraza is a tax shareholder and a member of the firm’s international, and estates and trusts segment teams. He is a dynamic and proficient business consultant with more 10 years of public accounting experience, delivering results across multiple industries. He leads projects involving domestic and international business structure set-up, cross-border structuring, foreign expansion planning, tax treaty analysis, foreign tax credit planning, as well as IC-DISC entity structuring, compliance and planning. He is adept at aligning operational business, tax, cash flow, and technology strategies with innovation and cost efficiency

Feldhausen is a tax shareholder and a member of the firm’s construction, and estates and trusts segment teams. He has 10 years of public accounting experience managing many of the firm’s tax engagements, including partnership and limited liability companies, multi-state and tax-exempt organizations. He has an aptitude for developing relationships with individuals and groups from many different backgrounds.