Partner, Citrin Cooperman
Drawing on his experience as CEO of the Merv Griffin family office as well as his career in public accounting, Larry works with clients in the entertainment and sports industries, high net worth individuals and families, entrepreneurs, and business executives. Larry also remains active in the hospitality and real estate industries. He often advises his clients on day-to-day management of their businesses as well as mergers and acquisitions. Larry and his colleagues provide a full suite of services, including daily financial transactions, estate planning, tax planning and compliance, and investment activity, including the investment in and exploitation of new instruments such as NFTs and cryptocurrency.
Prior to joining Citrin Cooperman, Larry was the partner-in-charge of the Business Management and Family Office Group at Marks Paneth and also led their Hospitality Group. For much of his career, Larry served as the CEO of The Griffin Group Family Office, which included entertainer Merv Griffin’s media, entertainment, hospitality, and real estate holdings. Larry also spent time as a financial executive at The Coca-Cola Company’s Columbia Pictures and was deeply involved in its spin out as Columbia Pictures Entertainment, Inc., a publicly traded company. He has also served on the boards and audit committees of numerous privately held and publicly traded entities and was an executive producer of the DVD retrospective of The Merv Griffin Show.
Larry earned his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Accounting from Queens College of The City University of New York. He is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New York. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA), former Board Member of Ascent School for Individuals with Autism, and former Steering Committee Member of Childhelp USA.
Financial Considerations for NFTs in the Music Industry: Caveat Emptor
10/12/22, 2:00 PM
The meteoric rise and subsequent rollercoaster ride of NFTs over the past year and a half has been nothing short of extraordinary. That certainly holds true for the new generation of digital investors pursuing music-related assets tokenized into NFTs. Join our panel of NFT specialists as they take an eye-opening deep dive into the financial considerations for NFTs in the music industry. The panel will provide an overview on NFTs and discuss tax considerations, intellectual property, rights tracking, royalties, valuations, cybersecurity, and the future of NFTs.