analysis: is private equity the new source of growth capital for cpa firms?

eyes wide open: esposito and zecca

the details matter. go in with eyes wide open.

by dom esposito and anthony zecca

from time to time, we hear news in the profession about private equity transactions occurring within the ranks of midsized to larger cpa firms. just recently, eisneramper did such a transaction with towerbrook capital partners.

more on private equity for cpa firms:

exclusive:  ceo charly weinstein explains the private equity deal

flash briefing webinar: a “call to arms” after eisner private equity deal, with dom esposito and anthony zecca

analysis by esposito and zecca: how outside capital can remake cpa firms

eisneramper gets private equity backing

esposito is author of “8 steps to great: driving success at the world’s largest cpa firms and how to apply the lessons at firms of all sizes.” more by  dom esposito here.

zecca is the author of “leading from the edge – the new growth handbook with bonus toolkit.” more by anthony zecca here.

while at first glance, a private equity infusion could appear to be an effective growth and wealth creation vehicle for cpa firms, there are elements of structure, due diligence, and corporate governance to be considered.