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atarki@eca-partners.com
+1 310 880 6116

Atta’s Practice Areas

Interim CFO
Interim CFO
Interim CFO

Chief of Staff / Director of Strategy

Private Equity
Private Equity
Private Equity

Atta Tarki

Chairman & Managing Director

Atta Tarki is the Founder & Chairman of ECA. Atta leads ECA’s Private Equity and Venture Capital practice, where he supports PE-owned, VC-owned and other high growth companies with filling C-level positions. His primary focus is on CEO, COO, President, CFO, and Chief Strategy Officer roles. Prior to ECA, Atta led management consulting engagements at L.E.K. Consulting.

Atta graduated with an MSc in Economics & Finance from Stockholm School of Economics.

Example Executive Search Placements:

  • CEO for PE-backed SaaS + Hardware Hospital Tech Co
  • CEO for PE-backed SaaS B2B Financial Services Co
  • CEO for PE-backed SaaS Telecom Tech Co
  • CFO for PE-backed Manufacturing Co
  • CFO for PE-backed Behavioral Health Provider
  • CFO for PE-backed Vocational College
  • CFO for Leading Network of Schools
  • Head of Strategy at $100Bn Bank
  • Head of Strategy at Publicly Listed Fortune 500 Media & Entertainment Company
  • Head of Strategy at SaaS Travel Tech Unicorn

Example Strategy Consulting Projects:

  • Post-Merger Integration for $1Bn+ PE-backed Real Estate Company
  • Transformation and Process Improvement for Hospitality Company
  • PMO and EBITDA Improvement for National Movie Theater Company
  • Value Creation Plan Design and PMO Lead for PE-backed Higher Education Company
  • Post-Merger Integration for Large PE-backed Healthcare Services Company

Recent Press / Publications

“Many top-tier consulting firms have acceptance rates lower than Ivy League colleges.”

“A study titled “The Allocation of Talent and U.S. Economic Growth” sheds some well-needed light on a related topic: the role of women in U.S. economic growth.”

“I believe if you want to compete effectively for talent, you have to, at a minimum, understand how large firms are stacking the odds of recruiting in their favor.”