Firm Overview

What we do project | interim | interim to hire

ETONIEN is a national professional service firm. ETONIEN employs a consultant bench of primarily CPAs and MBAs with deep technical accounting, finance, tax and financial systems experience. Additionally, the ETONIEN bench has deep corporate operating experience as CFOs, controllers, treasurers, directors, managers, financial analysts, tax and financial systems consultants.

Our consultants have a minimum of 8 years of corporate operating experience after leaving public accounting or business school and range up to 30 years of combined experience for our CFO consultants. Our service offerings are project based and interim assignments.

Our Consultants Industry Leading Professionals

ETONIEN is a national professional service firm. We have an employed model (our consultants are W2 employees of ETONIEN, not 1099 contractors) and since 2008 we have employed approximately 700 consultants, most with advanced credentials (CPA and/or MBA) and an average of 8 to 30 years of corporate operational experience as CFO, Controller or manager level in all areas of finance, accounting, tax, internal audit and financial systems.

An ETONIEN resource is someone in the prime of their career with enough experience and energy to hit the ground running and add value immediately to even the most complicated client requirement. All of our resources are relevant in today’s environment of rapid and emerging growth companies, equity and venture funded firms, as well as pre IPO companies. These resources all have valuable, hands-on experience in operations, finance and complex ERP systems in addition to their educational pedigree.

Who we are What's in the name?


What’s in a name? For ETONIEN, it is a lot of history. It is a unique name that is derived from a long scholastic tradition in England. The name actually comes from Eton College, a very prestigious boys’ school in England founded by King Henry VI in 1440. It has educated many of England’s prime ministers and members of Parliament. An alumnus of that school is called an Etonian, so with a slight derivation, ETONIEN was born.