ASL works with emerging and middle market privately held businesses to help them thrive in their markets, and with high net worth individuals, such as owners, founders, and executives, to help them protect and grow their wealth. In short, we put promise to work. We help identify untapped opportunities, challenges and solutions, enabling clients to make the effective and timely decisions today that lead to fuller and more secure tomorrows. Designed to facilitate quality decisions, our services cover corporate tax planning and preparation, assurance & accounting, estate & gift tax, litigation support, and succession planning. Our services are contextualized by our specialties in real estate, construction, technology, family wealth planning, emerging businesses, manufacturing & distribution, not-for-profit organizations, and recreation and entertainment. Mission: ASL puts promise to work in the pursuit of our mission to contribute to the financial well-being of our clients and friends, their businesses and our people through personal attention, which enables us to recognize the promise in today that will help our clients and our people see their best tomorrow
Abbott, Stringham & Lynch
1901 S Bascom Ave Suite 105, Campbell, CA 95008
CategoryAccounting & Tax
Abbott’s purpose as a company is to help people live their best and fullest lives. We pursue this through the healthcare technologies that we innovate, because we believe that health is the foundation of human dignity and potential. And the power of that purpose compels us to pursue the same goal in all that we do as a company. With that purpose and operations in more than 160 countries, diversity is not only a moral virtue — it’s a business necessity. Simply put, diversity fuels creativity. Creativity drives innovation. Innovation produces our life-changing technologies. None of this can flourish without a climate of equity and inclusion. We at Abbott salute the efforts of so many — today and throughout our history — to drive positive change in this critical dimension of our society. And we mean to be an active force in that change. Abbott has a strong record on this score. We’ve long been recognized as a leader in workplace diversity. But our aspirations are greater. We know we can do better still — that building an inclusive culture requires us to. And we’re intensifying our efforts accordingly. ur ultimate goal is an organization in which inclusiveness is a natural state, not an initiative. We are working to infuse it so deeply into our culture, that it is the natural way things get done at Abbott. This will take work. And we will persevere in it. In 2020, we created a dedicated, high-level position focused specifically on accelerating action around diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout our global organization; and Abbott people have responded with enthusiasm and embraced this effort. That’s essential — because it takes all of us to build and maintain the just and inclusive culture in which we want to live and work.