As vice chair of industries and markets and a member of EisnerAmper’s Executive Committee, Weinstein is responsible for executing business strategies for existing markets and segments as well as identifying emerging opportunities. He also leads the firm’s innovation and technology initiatives. Additionally, Weinstein is involved, on multiple levels, with the firm’s emerging initiatives, including the development of cryptocurrency and Special Purpose Acquisition Company practices — each of which has been very active — and an ESG practice group.
Weinstein also works to meet other clients’ needs, including an increased demand for outsourcing. Other activities that fall under Weinstein’s far-ranging purview include assisting with the firm’s foray into health care analytics, such as creating a new software that helps hospital leadership ask key questions and analyze exceptions among surgical and other outcomes, pinpointing procedures and other issues for further investigation.
He’s also involved with EisnerAmper’s NFP Insights software launch, which assists not-for-profits in compensation benchmarking, foundation gifting and other measurable activities by providing a deep look at expense ratios and other financial health metrics.