Chicago-based IPA 100 firm Baker Tilly (FY23 net revenue of $1.6 billion) appoints Jonathan Zeigler to lead its financial services practice effective Jan. 1. Zeigler succeeds Christine Fenske, who will retire after a distinguished 19-year career at Baker Tilly.
“Jonathan’s wealth of experience and commitment to industry specialization make him the right leader for this role,” said Brad DeNoyer, Baker Tilly MP, industries. “We look forward to his contributions in driving innovation and growth within our financial services practice.”
Based in Philadelphia, Zeigler will oversee the strategy and operations of Baker Tilly’s financial services practice and lead a team who serve the strategic, financial and operational needs of firms across the asset management, insurance, banking and capital markets industries.
“I am honored to lead Baker Tilly’s financial services practice during this dynamic period of industry evolution,” said Zeigler. “I look forward to leveraging our team’s talent and expertise to provide exceptional value to our clients.”
During his tenure as Baker Tilly’s Philadelphia financial services team leader, Zeigler emphasized the importance of specialization in the heavily regulated financial services sector. Throughout his career, Zeigler has specialized in providing audit and accounting services to the insurance industry, with extensive experience in property and casualty, life, health and warranty carriers, managing general agents and underwriters, reinsurance companies and third-party administrators.