The latest senior moves in wealth and asset management from across North America.
BNY Mellon Wealth Management has named Audrianna Sibiski as senior client strategist, based in Menlo Park, California.
Sibiski will work with with high net worth individuals, business owners, founders and corporate executives, using the full resources of BNY Mellon, to advise them on their wealth strategy and planning needs. Sibiski reports to Northern California regional president Thomas Fickinger.
Prior to this, Sibiski worked at Bank of America Private Bank where she served as vice president, private client advisor. Prior to Bank of America, she advised US-based businesses on global expansion at both Blick Rothenberg as an international business development manager, and with London & Partners as a territory associate. Earlier in her career, she worked at IPC Systems, Inc in London, guiding financial services companies on the installation of network communications platforms throughout Europe.
Sibiski received a post-graduation certificate in international business practice from Naresuan University in Northern Thailand. She is a FINRA Series 7 and Series 66 license holder.
New York City-based law firm Robinson Brog, has named Scott Ahroni as partner. Ahroni joins the firm’s taxation department.
Ahroni’s practice will focus on federal, state and New York City tax controversies, representing clients in federal and state criminal investigations. He will also assist clients with tax planning matters for both domestic and cross-border transactions, the firm, which has 50 attorneys, said in a statement.
Ahroni is a noted thought leader in the field of tax law. He is frequently called upon to speak on tax topics and is a prolific author on current issues in the field. Ahroni is an adjunct professor at Queens College, City University of New York, where he teaches graduate courses in state, local, business, estate, and gift taxation. He received his law degree cum laude and his LL.M. in taxation from the University of Miami School of Law.