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EisnerAmper Promotes Three Partners to Vice Chair

Feb 7, 2020

In light of EisnerAmper’s extraordinary growth, the firm has named three of its partners and key leaders to the newly created role of Vice Chair, effective February 1:

Michael Breit – Vice Chair for Strategic Relationships. Michael will oversee existing client relationships and the cultivation of new business relationships to help the firm meet its growth goals. He will also integrate this with networking entities such as international associations and the Friends of the Firm recruiting program. Michael is currently the Partner-in-Charge of the firm’s Sports & Entertainment Group and was previously the Partner-in-Charge of the New York office.

Christopher Loiacono – Vice Chair for Services. Chris will be responsible for the growth and quality of service offerings. This will include the oversight of the firm’s required skill sets, capabilities, capacity, training, and quality control procedures. Chris is also a leader in the Tax Services Group and was previously the Managing Partner of Services.

Jay Weinstein – Vice Chair for Industries and Markets. Jay will be responsible for executing business strategies for existing markets and segments and identifying emerging opportunities, in essence, the firm’s chief growth officer. He will also oversee the accompanying innovation and technology initiatives. Most recently, he was the Partner-in-Charge of the New Jersey office and the Managing Partner of Markets and Industries.

“We’ve grown dramatically over the past several years, expanding our geographic footprint, adding hundreds of talented colleagues along with the latest technologies, and introducing many new service offerings to deepen our client relationships,” said Charly Weinstein, EisnerAmper CEO. “Today’s rapidly changing world requires that we continuously align our leadership responsibilities with our strategy and vision. We wish Michael, Chris and Jay well in their new roles, and we’re confident that these appointments will enhance the firm’s ability to effectively execute on that strategy.”

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