Matt Kerzner and Tim Schuster are joined by Alan Scharfstein, from the DAK group, to discuss the mergers and acquisitions market and company exit strategies. If you are not prepared for your exit strategy, you should begin the process as soon as possible.
In this inaugural podcast, EisnerAmper Director Nkrumah Pierre talks about an innovative program to match business and finance executives with career opportunities. He covers the origins, scope and even a real-life case study. Nkrumah concludes with how you or your firm can benefit from this unique initiative.
The game of golf is alive and kicking, according to Jeff Boyle, EisnerAmper senior business advisor. In this episode of “The Boyleing Point,” Jeff looks at the business side of golf: courses, equipment, apparel. With Tiger’s historic win at the 2019 Masters, is golf poised to break some revenue numbers? We’ll also examine the impact of Millennials and legalized gambling on the game of golf.
In this episode, Matt Kerzner and Tim Schuster have a high-level discussion regarding Developing Human Resources and using the Human Resources Diagnostic Model to positively impact your ability to develop great talent to your firm.
In this podcast, Nick Cowan, the CEO of the Gibraltar Stock Exchange - the world’s first stock exchange to offer the listing services for digital debt securities and digital funds - discusses how Gibraltar is shaping global innovation and regulation in the cryptocurrency space.
In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” Lindsey Gross of EisnerAmper’s Outsourced Finance and Accounting Group joins Tim Schuster from Private Business Services to discuss the differences between these two areas, give us a couple of client case studies that demonstrate those differences, and which types of client could benefit from each.
Matt Kerzner and Tim Schuster continue the conversation of the Diagnostic Model for Human Resource Management; specifically Rewarding Human Resources and why it’s important.