Kevin Strain, Audit Partner-in-Charge

Kevin J. Strain

Audit Partner-in-Charge

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(650) 358-9000

With over 15 years of experience in professional accounting, Audit Partner-in-Charge, Kevin Strain, works extensively with clients in technology-related industries, including venture capital, semiconductor, medical device, software, and manufacturing.

As a part of our merger and acquisitions team, Kevin is well versed in the accounting issues relevant to both sides of the transaction including: acquisition and purchase accounting, accounting for complex equity transactions, software revenue recognition, and accounting for private debt and equity offerings.

Kevin also works closely with SSF’s 401k Audit team where he lends his expertise in accounting for stock-based compensation, and employee benefit plan audits of privately held and publicly traded companies.

Kevin received his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of San Francisco in 1999.  He is a licensed CPA in the State of California and a part of the CalCPA Silicon Valley San Jose Chapter Green Committee.

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  • Audit
  • Technology
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Employee Benefit Plan / 401(k) Audit

In Accounting: Since 1999

With SSF: Since 1999

University of San Francisco 
Accounting and Finance

Blog Insights from Kevin

Merger and Acquisition Secrets

PDF of Secrets of Success Booklet from the Silicon Valley Business Journal May 31 Issue On MAY 16, 2013, the Silicon Valley Business Journal sat down to talk about today’s complex world of mergers [...]

Planning for a Merger or Acquisition

Are you ready? How businesses on the selling end can plan for a merger or acquisition Many of us have heard the saying, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” While most [...]

Minimally Invasive: Eight Keys to a Painless 401(k) Audit

At Sensiba San Filippo (SSF), we perform many employee benefit plan audits annually, serving clients across throughout California. For many organizations an annual 401(k) audit is a necessity. If you’ve ever been involved with [...]