Charles Weinstein serves as managing partner of regional accounting powerhouse Eisner LLP, which ranks among the top 25 largest firms in the country and is the second-largest regional firm in the New York metro area, with fiscal 2003 revenues of $71.9 million. In the past year, the firm has expanded its service offerings to include Section 404 services, a dedicated retirement solutions practice, and a wealth management practice, among others.

In an e-mail interview with WebCPA editor Melissa Klein Aguilar, Weinstein talked about the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on the firm, which has several publicly held audit clients, the areas on which Eisner plans to focus its resources in the coming year, and how the firm differentiates itself from competitors in what is quickly becoming a crowded space -- the middle market.

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