EisnerAmper Admits Four New Partners

New York-based EisnerAmper (FY18 net revenue of $360.7 million) has announced that it has admitted several new partners who have years of experience successfully serving clients, the firm and the accounting profession.

“As our firm continues to grow, both domestically and internationally, Katie, Blair, Michael and Lisë possess the essential attributes clients look for and need in a trusted business advisor: diversified business consulting expertise, leading-edge technical proficiency and superb interpersonal skills,” says EisnerAmper CEO Charly Weinstein.

The new partners are:

Katie Brandtjen – Brandtjen, part of the financial services group in San Francisco, has more than 10 years of experience providing tax compliance and consulting services to hedge funds, private equity funds, funds of funds, broker-dealers and investment advisors.

Blair Robbins – Robbins, part of the audit group in the Iselin, N.J., office, has more than 15 years of public accounting experience. He serves companies from growth-stage to mature corporations in both the public and private sectors. He leads audit engagements, manages client relationships, and consults with clients’ financial personnel, management and owners on various business issues. He leads the firm’s film production incentives practice.

Michael Sadler – Sadler, part of the financial services group in Syosset, N.Y., has 20 years of diverse tax and accounting experience. He specializes in tax issues relating to hedge funds and private equity funds. He provides tax planning and compliance services to both start-up and multibillion-dollar funds. He advises clients on tax efficient entity structuring, taxation of financial products and investment and trading strategies.

Lisë Stewart – Stewart, part of the private business services practice in Iselin, N.J., is the principal in charge of the firm’s Center for Family Business Excellence. She has more than 25 years of experience in organizational development, strategic planning and training, and human performance management. Co-founder and chair of the Galliard Family Business Advisor’s Institute, she is an NJBIZ “Best 50 Women in Business” and a Leading Women Entrepreneurs “Top 25 Leading Women Intrapreneur.”