Scott Torgan is a principal in PwC’s personal financial services practice. With more than 30 years in the industry and 27 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, Torgan is a trusted tax advisor to high-net-worth individuals. Torgan advises families, corporate executives and business owners on income tax strategies, asset management and investment planning, estate and wealth transfer planning, and risk management. He works closely with his clients in a variety of areas, such as tax-efficient approaches to stock option and stock ownership strategies, identifying and managing financial risks, charitable contribution planning, income tax planning, and much more.
Torgan has spoken and written articles on various tax and financial planning topics, and he has been featured in national publications. He began his career with a national financial planning firm in New York City before joining PwC and then transferring to the San Francisco Bay Area. He has a Bachelor of Arts in economics from the University of Connecticut and is involved in professional and nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area.