Cornelious V. Kilbane, Jr.

  • Partner, Eisner Advisory Group LLC
  • Partner, EisnerAmper LLP

Biography

Cornelious Kilbane is an Audit Parner with over 40 years of experience in both public practice and private industry and services clients in a variety of industries, both domestically and internationally, providing a broad depth of understanding to the business approach of auditing, tax planning and strategic advisory services.

Neal also has extensive experience with clients in the areas of professional services, financial services, high net worth family offices, real estate, and not-for-profit. He assists international clients to establish business operations in the U.S., offering guidance in the startup and tax structuring phases and ongoing accounting services. Neal has also provided litigation support services related to investigations of broker-dealers and hedge funds being conducted by the SEC and the U.S. Attorney’s Office, as well as representing malpractice insurers covering accounting firms in malpractice claims matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Neal was the Managing Partner of the New York City Office, the Partner-in-Charge of Professional Services Firms, and an Executive Committee member at Raich Ende Malter & Co. LLP (REM), a leading full-service accounting and auditing firm providing a wide variety of accounting, tax, and business advisory services to organizations of all sizes, emerging businesses, and high net worth individuals.

Neal provided clients with global resources for business, accounting, and tax needs. He led the establishment of the firm’s membership in PrimeGlobal, an international association of independent accounting firms, with representation in nearly 300 countries. He has been a member of the since 201. Neal served on the North American regional board for over 10 years and was Board Chairman from 2016 through 2018.

Additionally, as an active member of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA). Neal served on the Stock Brokerage Committee and on several committees of the NYSSCPA’s Nassau County chapter. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Irish Repertory Theatre, Inc. and is Treasurer of the Long Island Museum of Science and Technology.

Neal has been quoted in Crain's New York Business in the Rise of the Specialists: How Accounting Firms Increase Publicity in a Hypercompetitive Economy.

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