EisnerAmper Names New Chief Financial Officer

May 13, 2015

Jeffrey Melnick Assumes CFO Position of Rapidly Growing National Accounting Firm

EisnerAmper today announced the appointment of Jeffrey Melnick, CPA, as its new Chief Financial Officer. Melnick replaces partner and CFO Brett James, who retires after 38 years with the firm.

Melnick’s experience includes senior level finance and business development positions with firms including General Electric and Marsh Inc., most recently as CFO of the Marsh Risk Consulting and Marsh Captive Solutions groups.

“My decision to join EisnerAmper as CFO was greatly influenced by its culture -- a superior commitment to its employees and clients.” said Melnick. “I am energized that my professional journey has led me here to play a leading role in a firm that is poised for continued growth and success.”

In making the appointment, EisnerAmper CEO Charly Weinstein said, “In Jeff Melnick we have a highly experienced professional whose background in financial strategy at a global firm will assist us as we expand operations further in U.S. markets and abroad. His skills in planning, budgeting and controls will be of significant value as our firm looks to grow and compete in ever changing economic times.”

Melnick is a CPA and holds a BS degree in Accounting from SUNY Buffalo, and a MS degree in Tax from Long Island University.  He and his family reside in Bedford, New York.

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