ESPOSITO CEO2CEO is an advisory firm that consults with small and mid-sized CPA and professional firms.
In 2016, Dom Esposito, a former CEO of a national CPA firm, decided to move from a 46-year career in public accounting into the next phase of his professional life – consulting to CPA firms. He launched a boutique advisory firm, ESPOSITO CEO2CEO, that provides advice to CEOs, managing partners and other senior partners of small and mid-sized CPA firms focused on the mid-market throughout the U.S. Actively led by Dom Esposito, the firm draws upon a network of diverse pool of consultants who are brought into assignments when needed. ESPOSITO CEO2CEO has significant experience in a myriad of practice management topics.
Concurrent with the launch of ESPOSITO CEO2CEO, Dom, voted as one of the most influential people in the profession for two consecutive years by Accounting Today, one of the leading trade journals for the CPA profession, authored a book entitled “8 Steps to Great” which is a primer for CEOs, managing partners and other senior partners.
Over the years, Dom has helped to identify and integrate more than fifteen merger combinations – – starting in 1990 with a large portion of Spicer & Oppenheim to the 2012 combination of J.H. Cohn and the Reznick Group – – resulting in the tenth largest U.S. firm – – CohnReznick.
Dom began his career with Price Waterhouse & Co. (now PwC) in 1969. He then moved to Grant Thornton in 1979 and eventually rose to Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. firm and a Board member for the international firm (Grant Thornton International). After a brief stint as Vice Chairman of BDO – U.S., Dom joined CohnReznick as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Board member and recently held the position of National Practice and Growth Director. In July 2015, Dom was appointed as an independent director of Ethan Allen Interiors, a New York Stock Exchange company with a distinctive brand that is recognized throughout the globe for quality furniture and interior design.
ESPOSITO CEO2CEO consults with small and mid-sized CPA and professional firms on the following:
- Practice Management, and
- Mergers and Acquisitions