Consultancy firm EisnerAmper has appointed Robert Mirsky as head of its asset management group and new London office.
Mirsky has more than 20 years of experience advising investment fund managers, financial services companies, banks and investors in the structuring and operational aspects of alternative investments.
He has worked in Big Four firms throughout the world, led a global hedge fund practice and has experience in cross-border structuring, operations, regulation, taxation and international M&A.
Charles Weinstein, CEO of EisnerAmper, said the hire enhances the firm's ability to offer clients a highly specialised, expert financial advisory service with Europe facing "an unprecedented period of economic and regulatory challenges and opportunities" ahead of Brexit.
Co-Chair of EisnerAmper's Financial Services Group Peter Cogan added: "We look forward to Rob joining our practice group and adding his capabilities to our client service offering.
"Our continuing investments in resources and talent in the US and abroad further enhances our position as a world-class alternative investment and financial services accounting and advisory firm."
Mirsky, who has previously testified before Parliament on strategies for encouraging charitable giving across the financial services sector, said: "I'm excited to be working with the EisnerAmper financial services team as we continue to evolve and develop as one of the leading asset management service providers in the world."
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