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EisnerAmper Adds Blockchain/Digital Assets Veteran

Jul 11, 2023

Global business advisory firm EisnerAmper announces that Chris Brodersen has joined the firm as a managing director in its Business Advisory Group.

With approximately 40 years of experience, Chris holds vast cross-industry expertise in applying blockchain technology and digital asset solutions. He has diverse experience across the financial services, health care, retail, manufacturing and logistics sectors. Specializing in blockchain applications, particularly digital assets, Chris serves as a guide to the firm's practitioners and clients. He also assists in harnessing the potential of emerging blockchain technologies and plays a key role in leading and enhancing the firm's expertise in the blockchain and digital assets domain, driving growth in the practice area. Additionally, Chris explores the connection between blockchain, the Internet of Things and Web3.

Prior to joining the firm, Chris served as a Blockchain Lab Leader at a Big 4 accounting firm, guiding blockchain applicability to C-suite leaders and executives. He played a pivotal role in establishing client blockchain delivery hubs and ecosystems, directing educational sessions and ideation workshops to explore use cases. 

“Blockchain and digital assets are an increasingly important part of our firm’s service offerings,” said Nicholas Tsafos, Partner-in-Charge of EisnerAmper’s Blockchain and Digital Assets Group and the New York City office. “And due to their often complex and rapidly evolving nature, we need a seasoned professional who can easily explain the potential of blockchain innovation while also addressing any risks to clients and colleagues alike. Chris is that professional, and we welcome him aboard.”

Chris has a B.S. in Finance from Syracuse University. He contributes thought leadership to a variety of audiences on the transformative power of blockchain applications. Chris will be based at the firm’s Iselin, NJ, office.

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