EisnerAmper, the accounting and advisory firm with a heavy presence in New Jersey, on Wednesday announced that New York City-based accounting, tax and consulting firm Spielman Koenigsberg & Parker is joining EisnerAmper in a transaction expected to close in early 2024.
Founded in 1955, SKP has six partners and a staff of more than 60 professionals. Clients include high net worth individuals, family offices, closely held businesses, manufacturers, investment funds, nonprofits, international corporations and entertainment companies.
“SKP serves an interesting, exciting client base. Combining with them brings new talents and skills to the EisnerAmper brand and expands the services we can offer our clients,” Nicholas Tsafos, partner-in-charge of EisnerAmper’s New York City office, said. “No matter the client, however, they give the same high level of exacting, dedicated and custom service — delivered with consistent integrity. We’re proud to call them our colleagues.”
“SKP has always prided itself on serving a diverse clientele, providing the ultimate client service model and solutions developed upon an unwavering focus on each client’s specific needs,” Richard Koenigsberg, partner at SKP, said. “In EisnerAmper, we found a like-minded partner that will enable us to expand and deepen the services we provide, while still maintaining the boutique-level of attention that our clients deserve. I join Lawrence Spielman, Gary Parker and the other SKP partners when we say we’re excited about bringing SKP into the future with EisnerAmper.”
“When you talk about global best-in-class accounting, business management and entertainment consulting firms, SKP is at the top of everyone’s list,” Allan Koltin, CEO of Koltin Consulting Group, who advised both firms on the merger, said. “This is another example of the amazing journey EisnerAmper has had over the past two years — doubling in size and adding incredible talent, resources and geographic expansion.”