Crowe US adds Gev Khan and Eric Evans as tax partners

24 August 2023 2 min. read
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Crowe US, a mid-market accounting and consulting firm, has hired Gev Khan and Eric Evans as tax partners focusing on private equity, venture capital, and hedge funds.

Based in New York, Khan brings more than 13 years of public accounting experience, with expertise in global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI), CFC attribution rules, Section 245A, and limitation to the deduction of business interest expense. He also advises on tax issues related to M&A.

Khan joins Crowe from EY, where he spent the last year-and-a-half as an executive director. Before that he spent two years as a tax senior manager at Moss Adams and six years at Deloitte, where he was an associate director. He also had an earlier tenure at EY as a tax manager.

Khan has an MBA from California State University and is a certified public accountant.

Crowe US adds Gev Khan and Eric Evans as tax partners

Based in Salt Lake City, Evans has more than 15 years of public accounting experience with a focus on M&A tax advisory at all stages of the deal cycle. He has particular experience in Section 1202 qualified small business stock (QSBS) tax planning and structuring for funds.

Evans previously spent three years at WSRP, a Salt Lake City accountancy, where he was a tax partner. Before that, he spent 12 years at PwC, latterly as a tax director.

Evans is Crowe’s first tax partner based in Salt Lake City.

He has master’s and bachelor’s degree in accounting from Brigham Young University and is a certified public accountant.

“Gev and Eric joining Crowe continues the momentum we’ve been building in the private equity and fund space, and I’m thrilled to be able to offer such specialized and nuanced tax consulting services to this industry,” said Nicole Bencik, managing partner of Crowe tax services. “Further, their hiring illustrates our commitment to expanding our personnel and services in prominent geographies to better serve our clients.”

Crowe earlier this year bolstered its private equity transaction services offering with the hiring of Steve Chanyi and Curt Gendron as partners in Boston and Stan Huang as a partner in Los Angeles.