Eisner Names Nachmias Audit Partner
Eisner LLP, a middle-market accounting and business advisory services firm, announced that
Richard S. Nachmias has joined the firm as an audit partner in the sports, media and entertainment practice group.
Nachmias offers more than 22 years of experience providing services to clients and companies in the media and technology industries. He formerly served as North American CFO of a global provider of advertising and marketing research and as CFO of an international advertising representation agency. In addition, he is a former senior manager with a Big 4 firm where he led engagement teams working with clients in the media, communications, and technology industries.
During his time as the CFO of two rapidly-growing global media companies, Nachmias was responsible for the valuation, structuring, and integration of several acquisitions; the implementation of regional and global treasury practices; and the implementation of information systems and procedures designed to conform with U.S. and international financial reporting standards.
"Rich's client-focused approach makes him a great fit for our firm," says Michael Breit, partner-in-charge of Eisner's sports, media and entertainment practice group. "He adds depth to our team in a growing area."
"We're very pleased to add a professional with Rich's background and experience to our firm," says managing partner Charles Weinstein. "The depth and breadth of Rich's expertise in the media and entertainment industry will bring significant value to our clients."
Eisner LLP is ranked among the top firms in the United States, providing auditing, accounting, and tax services, as well as internal audit and risk management, litigation consulting, corporate finance, information technology, and other professional services to a broad range of clients, with a special focus on financial services; not-for-profits; law firms; sports, media and entertainment; and real estate. Eisner LLP works with businesses ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 in size, including approximately 75 public companies and is headquartered in New York City, with offices in New Jersey and Long Island.
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