EisnerAmper, one of the largest accounting firms in the US is to
merge with San Francisco-based accounting firm Harb, Levy &
Weiland, effective1 March.
The union comes less than two years after EisnerAmper was formed by
the 2010 merger of Eisner and Amper, Politziner &
The move was described as an important step forward in our
strategic plan for targeted growth by EisnerAmper chief executive
Charly Weinstein who commended Harb, Levy & Weilands financial
services expertise and reputation for client service.
The merger means that EisnerAmpers revenues will exceed $270
million, and the firm will have approximately 180 partners and
EisnerAmpers headquarters will remain in New York, with Harb, Levy
& Weiland staff continuing to be based at their existing
offices in San Francisco, Chicago, and Mumbai, India.
Harb, Levy & Weiland managing partner John
Williamson will become partner-in-charge of the San Francisco
office of EisnerAmper and a member of its executive
Explaining the reason for the decision, Williamson said the
partners recognised that joining forces with EisnerAmper, and
expanding to the financial capital of the world, is the right
opportunity at the right time; “and the entrepreneurial spirit of
our firm fits perfectly with the culture at EisnerAmper”.