EisnerAmper Managing Director of Capital Markets Alan Wink looks at the VC landscape going into the home stretch of 2020 and the rise of special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). Alan is joined by Michael Rosenberg—a director in the firm’s Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions—to discuss the impact of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) on VC investment.
Nina Kelleher, a director in Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions, speaks with Alan Frank, a partner in Process, Risk and Technology Solutions. Alan gives some insight on how internal audit professionals are anticipating the role of the internal auditor to change in a post COVID-19 environment.
Una pandemia ofrece una gran oportunidad de fraude en los negocios. Debido a los cambios en las operaciones, las prioridades y la seguridad, estamos viendo una mayor actividad de fraude. Carol Surowiec y Nelson Luis analizan el aumento de las vulnerabilidades y ofrecen formas de mitigar estos riesgos.
A pandemic offers a huge opportunity for fraud in business. Due to changes in operations, priorities, and security, we’re seeing heightened fraud activity. Carol Surowiec and Nelson Luis discuss the increased vulnerabilities, and offer ways to mitigate these risks.
In this episode of Engaging Alternatives Spotlight, Elana Margulies-Snyderman, Senior Manager, Publications, EisnerAmper speaks with Greg Royce, Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Maximus Long Short Equity Management, a low-net exposure industrials and materials focused hedge fund. Royce discusses how his firm experienced robust growth in assets under management amid a challenging year of capital raising for the hedge fund ind...
Nkrumah Pierre, Director for EisnerAmper’s Friends of the Firm Program and leadership coach and strategist Raabia Shafi, discuss the opportunity to level up your personal leadership with practical self awareness. Raabia will offer three introspective exercises for boosting empathy for yourself and your team. These techniques will help you get clarity on your intentions, get a pulse on what it feels like to be on the receiving end o...
Nkrumah Pierre, Director for EisnerAmper’s Friends of the Firm Program and leadership coach and strategist Raabia Shafi, discuss how leaders set the tone for the culture of an organization and how you can take ownership of the way you impact your team and customers. Raabia will share how humans have a primal instinct to follow leaders, which makes it even more important for us to cultivate self-awareness and empathy. She'll als...
In this episode, Candice Meth, National Leader for EisnerAmper's Not-for-Profit Services Practice and Ron Dukes, Manager in EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group, interview Patrick O’Sullivan, a Partner at Herrick, Feinstein LLP. During the conversation, they discuss several innovative ways that not-for-profit organizations can leverage their real estate holdings to generate new revenue streams while possibly upgrading ...
Planning is the key to success, particularly for our Real Estate Families. Join Lisa Knee and Lisë Stewart as they provide a brief overview of the importance of planning ahead and the ways in which this video series is designed to help you, as a business owner, to be fully prepared for your own success!
Lisa Knee, Real Estate Partner, and Michael Rose, National Practice Leader of CFIUS Advisory Services discuss the final regulations issued by the Treasury Department implementing most of the 2018 Foreign Investment Risk Review Modernization Act (FIRRMA). Section 802 dealing with real estate transactions and Section 800 dealing with acquisitions of U.S. companies in other areas that may have national security concerns are the focus ...
As asset managers face the challenges of raising capital in today’s environment, we look to Julia Mord, an investment officer at a major university endowment, for her perspective on asset allocation, manager selection, and market conditions. We also explore reasons why even institutional investors with infinite time horizons, may be sellers of risk in an uncertain market environment.
Darren Griffith, a director in EisnerAmper’s Real Estate Group, and Tim Schuster, a senior manager in the Private Business Services Group, discuss updated trends in the commercial and residential real estate markets. They explore how COVID-19 has escalated the trend of families and individuals moving out of large cities, the tax impacts of moving to a different state from where your employer is located, and the potential ripple eff...
In this installment of Breaking Ground, Darren Griffith, a Director in EisnerAmper’s Real Estate Services Group, interviews Michael Cohan, Managing Partner of Opus North, a multifamily real estate investment company. Acquisitions, valuations and investor relations are the focus of the discussion, as Darren and Michael explore how multifamily investors have seen these factors impacted by COVID -19.
In this episode of Engaging Alternatives Spotlight, Elana Margulies-Snyderman, Senior Manager, Publications, EisnerAmper speaks with Christopher Mizer, CEO and President of Vivaris Capital, a private equity group based in San Diego that invests in and acquires a range of middle-market businesses across various industries including healthcare and life sciences, real estate and technology.
In this episode of “The Bottom Line,” Tim Schuster of EisnerAmper’s Private Business Services Group discusses some of the state and local tax (SALT) issues related to COVID-19, including nexus and the implications of a remote workforce.
Despite the global pandemic, venture capital activity remained strong in Q2 2020. EisnerAmper Managing Director of Capital Markets Alan Wink tells us which sectors are driving growth, what’s happening with mega deals and valuations, and where we go from here.
In the final episode of the Remote Workforce Challenges podcast series, Nina Kelleher, a director in Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions, speaks with Jerry Ravi, the firm wide service area leader for Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions, and Michael Rose, partner in Process, Risk, and Technology Solutions. They highlight some ways for organizations to move forward and emerge stronger.
The Pandemic’s impact to working conditions has potential altered a company’s internal control structure and its effectiveness in deterring and detecting fraud. In this episode of the series, David Sumner, a director in EisnerAmper's Financial Advisory Services, explores the increased fraud risks created by the current environment and how to mitigate those risks.
In the second episode of the Remote Workforce Challenges podcast series, Brian Ferrara and Nina Kelleher, senior managers specializing in Process, Risk and Technology Solutions, discuss the difficulties organizations are facing surrounding financial reporting and liquidity management as a result of COVID-19.
In this inaugural episode of the Remote Workforce Challenges podcast series, Brian Ferrara and Nina Kelleher, senior managers specializing in Process, Risk and Technology Solutions, discuss the difficulties organizations are facing surrounding enterprise considerations as a result of COVID-19.