Rozleen Giwani

Rozleen Giwani, CPA


  • New York City
  • (212) 223-5094
Rozleen Giwani, CPA is a Tax Partner at Grassi, where she focuses on tax planning and preparation services for high-net-worth individuals. Rozleen helps clients meet their tax mitigation and wealth preservation goals through a wide range of tax savings vehicles, including gifting, trusts and estate planning strategies. She has extensive experience with grantor retained annuity trusts, complex and simple trusts, gift tax returns and estate tax returns.

Drawing from deep experience in the financial services sector, Rozleen also works with Grassi’s Financial Services practice, providing tax services and advice to the firm’s hedge fund, private equity fund, broker-dealer and investment advisor clients.

Prior to joining Grassi, Rozleen was a tax partner at a regional accounting firm based in New York City. Her background includes tax planning and compliance services for corporations, family limited partnerships, investment partnerships and financial services entities.

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    BS, in Accounting, St. John's University

    MS, in Taxation, St. John's University


    American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

    New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA)
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