Howard Grossman is the co-founding Partner of the Los Angeles-based multi-family office business management firm WG&S, LLP. He manages the Family Office and Entertainment Division which provides concierge and family office services and advice to national and international high-net-worth individuals, entertainers and owners of intellectual property. Mr. Grossman was a founding partner of Goldman, Lichtenberg, Wasserman and Grossman (“GLWG”), Inc. Founded in 1988, GLWG was a pioneering financial management firm whose diverse services managed the daily financial lives of its high-net-worth clientele. Focused on entrepreneurs, executives, and entertainment industries in Southern and Northern California, and the mid-Atlantic, GLWG was a leader in the development of financial management services to individuals and families. In August 2000, GLWG was acquired by JPMorgan Chase Private Bank, and Mr.Grossman became a managing director of the J.P. Morgan family office group. In June 2003, he took the J.P. Morgan/GLWG entertainment group private and, in 2007, reunited his practice with Eric Wasserman, his partner of more than twenty years. They subsequently founded WG&S.

Under their leadership, the firm has added four additional partners, and employs over sixty professionals with offices in Los Angeles and Marin County, California; Wilmington, Delaware and Austin, Texas. Mr. Grossman graduated from the University of California, Berkeley Haas School of Business. He is member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the California Society of CPAs. He sits on the board of the Grammy Foundation and MusiCares. Mr. Grossman and his wife reside in Cheviot Hills, on the Westside of Los Angeles. His two daughters are currently attending university.