EisnerAmper, a mid-market place accounting and consulting company, has acquired Keating Consulting Team (KCG), a Silicon Valley–based accounting and consulting business.
Launched in 2000, KCG presents interim main economic officer and outsourced again business office products and services in finance, accounting, and human assets to undertaking money-backed and early-phase providers. The firm’s startup-savvy consultants enable clients manage economical technique and arranging, accounting processes, forecasting, and presentations to the board.
The San Mateo, CA-based mostly agency has a staff of 55 people today led by managing companion Ryan Keating. Prior to founding his consulting firm, Keating was a senior associate at PwC and an affiliate at business consultancy The Michel-Shaked Team.
EisnerAmper’s acquisition of KCG will bolster the firm’s outsourced finance and accounting service abilities as effectively as its presence in the Bay Area, in which it has an office environment in San Francisco. The New York-headquartered business will increase its US business count to 16.
“Keating is remarkably regarded in the startup area as a established supplier of fiscal infrastructures and operational devices,” Charly Weinstein, CEO of EisnerAmper, explained. “We’re delighted to welcome them to the EisnerAmper household.”
The accounting and consulting business earlier this month grew its Florida functions with the obtain of Caler, Donten & Levine, an accountancy with around 100 pros in the Sunshine State.
EisnerAmper – which has about 2,200 people today throughout the US, Cayman Islands, Uk, Israel, and India – previously this calendar year obtained a important investment decision from TowerBrook Capital Partners.
“Joining the EisnerAmper group and combining our means sites our mission of growing startups on a significantly greater phase,” Keating claimed. “Under the more substantial EisnerAmper umbrella, we can also supply our startup clients a seamless route ahead as their finance and accounting requirements mature beyond early phase.”