EisnerAmper, the accounting, tax and advisory firm, has promoted three partners to vice chair, including the partner-in-charge of its New Jersey office, Jay Weinstein.
The New York-based firm said Monday that, effective Feb. 1, Weinstein became vice chair for industries and markets, responsible for executing business strategies for existing markets and segments, as well as identifying new opportunities. The position is akin to chief growth officer, the firm noted, including oversight of innovation and technology initiatives.
Weinstein had been partner-in-charge of the firm’s New Jersey office as well as managing partner of markets and industries.
EisnerAmper also said Michael Breit has been named vice chair for strategic relationships, overseeing existing client relationships and cultivating new business. He had been partner-in-charge of the New York office as well as partner-in-charge of the Sports & Entertainment Group.
In addition, Christopher Loiacono has been named vice chair for services, overseeing growth and quality of service offerings. He was managing partner of services, and is a leader in the Tax Services Group, based in New York.
“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,” CEO Charly Weinstein said in a prepared statement. “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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