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Eugene Tetlow Joins EisnerAmper West Coast Financial Services Practice

Experienced Business Development Leader to Concentrate on Driving Business Growth.

EisnerAmper announced that Eugene Tetlow, a highly regarded business development professional, has joined the Asset Management Group within the firm’s Financial Services practice.  Tetlow will be based in EisnerAmper’s San Francisco office.

Financial Services is the largest practice within EisnerAmper, and its Asset Management Group works with executives at hundreds of hedge, private equity, and venture capital funds.

In commenting on his new position, Tetlow said, “This is an exciting time to join EisnerAmper as we continue to build the firm’s reputation as the fund manager’s provider of choice for audit, tax, and consulting services. I am especially pleased to help expand our presence in the western region of the United States where there are extraordinary opportunities for growth.”  

Frank L. Napolitani, national head of business development of the Financial Services practice at EisnerAmper in New York, said that “Eugene is well known and highly respected in the hedge fund and private equity/venture capital space throughout the west coast, and we look forward to his building upon those relationships in his role at EisnerAmper.”

Tetlow has held a number of senior business development roles including with Barclays Wealth International and Bloomberg in London and San Francisco. John Williamson, partner-in-charge of the Western Region at EisnerAmper, said, “Eugene has an exemplary track record of driving business growth, and his proven client-focused approach and extensive industry relationships will add even further depth to our Asset Management team.”

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