EisnerAmper LLP is restructuring the executive leadership of the firm to better manage its expansion in the U.S. and internationally.
To manage the New York City-based firm’s growth, Jay Weinstein, Christopher Loiacono and Michael Breit have been appointed managing partners, respectively, of markets & segments, services, and regions.
Charly Weinstein will remain CEO of the firm. “Delivering exceptional client service, attracting the best people and building national practices are the driving factors behind the new organizational structure,” Weinstein said in a statement Thursday. “Our firm has grown considerably in size in just a few years, and as a result we are a significantly more complex organization.”
The firm has recently expanded its geographic reach with offices in Miami and Broward County, Florida; Sacramento, California; and Israel. The formation of EisnerAmper Global resulted in the establishment of practices in Dublin, Ireland and the Cayman Islands.
“Given our growth and plans, this is the right time to implement an organizational structure that enables us to serve the needs of our growing client base, while setting the stage for future growth as well,” said Weinstein.
“A key to our success has always been our ability to be nimble; to address client needs quickly and directly,” he said. “We’ve always operated internally on close contact and collaboration, and our new structure is driven by the need to continue along those lines.”
Jay Weinstein, managing partner of markets & segments, will be responsible for executing business strategies for existing markets and segments and identifying emerging opportunities. He will work closely with practice leaders to develop goals and success metrics, as well as business development capabilities.
Christopher Loiacono, managing partner of services, will be responsible for the growth and quality of service offerings. He will work with service line leaders to integrate client services across existing and potential lines of business, as well as to drive efficiency efforts and manage costs of services.
Michael Breit, managing partner of regions, will concentrate on the growth and expansion of the firm’s offices. Working closely with the partners-in-charge of the offices, he will set goals and monitor results for profitability and local market penetration. Along with the other managing partner, he will also seek to identify M&A opportunities, both geographically and in practice markets.
“There are limitless possibilities for EisnerAmper on the horizon and under our new leadership team we’re ready to reach out and make them realities,” said Charly Weinstein.
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