EisnerAmper Welcomes Six New Partners
October 20, 2016
Talented Professionals, All from Within EisnerAmper Ranks, Offer a Broad Combination of Expertise to Clients.
Thomas Cardinale, Charles Gill, Jeffrey Melnick, Jimmy Mo, Matthew Muscarnera, and Shari Savitt Join Partnership
EisnerAmper announced that six outstanding professionals have been admitted into the firm’s partnership. In making the announcement, Charly Weinstein, EisnerAmper Chief Executive Officer, said, “These six exceptionally talented individuals are acknowledged leaders with the expertise, vision and dedication that will accelerate the growth of our firm. They will be key to helping us stay ahead of the increasing needs of our clients in the U.S. and abroad; and to advancing the operational excellence of the firm.”
The new partners bring great diversity of experience to the firm, with a focus on Corporate Tax, Not-for-Profit Audit and Financial Services Audit on the client services side, as well as operationally to the Finance Group and General Counsel’s Office. The six new partners are:
Tom Cardinale, CPA, MST, is a tax partner managing business tax engagements for companies with foreign and domestic operations, including public companies and privately owned enterprises. He is highly skilled in income tax planning for corporations and closely held businesses, with a focus on business tax credits and incentives, and multi-state income tax matters. Tom has deep experience in the manufacturing, distribution, retail, service, and technology industries.
Charles Gill, CPA, is an audit partner providing assurance and advisory services to companies in the financial services industry. He has a deep commitment to serving asset management clients including hedge funds, funds of funds, registered investment companies, collective trust funds, and commodity funds. Chuck has extensive experience working with both onshore and offshore firms including insurance companies, private equity firms, broker-dealers, trust companies, and investment advisors.
Jimmy Mo, CPA, is a partner in the Not-for-Profit Services Group. He has extensive experience with OMB Uniform Guidance audits, focusing on museums, cultural and religious organizations, foundations, research and scientific organizations, health and welfare organizations, educational institutions, performing arts groups, professional and trade associations, and social service organizations.
Jeffrey Melnick, CPA, is the Chief Financial Officer at EisnerAmper. He has more than 25 years of executive-level business experience, including the successful direction of assignments in finance, operations, and mergers and acquisitions. Jeff is a leader in the firm’s financial strategy planning process, which includes an emphasis on global growth. Prior to joining the firm, Jeff’s experience included senior level finance and business development positions with Fortune 500 companies.
Matthew Muscarnera, CPA, is a partner in the Financial Services Group, with extensive experience servicing asset management clients including hedge funds, fund of funds, registered investment advisers, management companies, broker-dealers and private equity funds. Matt has significant expertise advising clients regarding complex financial instruments, including valuations of interest rate and credit default swaps, private investments in public entities (PIPES), private equity investments, convertible debt, bank debt, distressed debt, mortgage-backed securities and real estate loans, among others.
Shari Markowitz Savitt, JD, is the General Counsel at EisnerAmper. Shari manages all resources in the firm’s Office of the General Counsel, advising on governance, operations, regulatory issues and risk management matters.
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