Eyal Seinfeld
Business development companies continue to grow as a product offering and offer substantial benefits to investors seeking tax advantaged investments in middle market credit.

Eyal Seinfeld

EY US Financial Services BDC Markets Leader

Deep knowledge and experience with BDCs. Married father of two. Passionate about coaching my children in basketball.

Eyal is the EY Americas BDC markets leader and has over 23 years of experience serving the asset management and insurance industries. He has been providing external and internal auditing and advisory services to both public and private clients including investment management companies, registered investment companies, hedge funds, infrastructure funds, private equity funds, business development companies, mutual funds and ETFs.

Eyal advises clients on US GAAP, IFRS, and SEC reporting, tax accounting, purchase accounting, fair value measurement, share based compensation, derivative accounting, consolidation issues and process improvement as well as new and emerging accounting standards.

Eyal has published several articles on hot topics in BDC accounting, investment valuation issues and the impact of the JOBS Act on the formation of new BDCs.

Eyal has a BS in Accounting from the University at Albany and an MBA in Finance and Information Systems from NYU – Leonard N. Stern School of Business. 

How Eyal is building a better working world 

“In a unique product offering, I advise clients through the various stages of development of a BDC. I provide insights to my clients to help them navigate the complexities of a product offering subject to both the ’34 Act and ’40 Act, investments that are hard to value and internal control over financial reporting requirements.”

In a unique product offering, I advise clients through the various stages of development of a BDC. I provide insights to my clients to help them navigate the complexities of a product offering subject to both the ’34 Act and ’40 Act, investments that are hard to value and internal control over financial reporting requirements.

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