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Riveron is a national business advisory firm that partners with our clients to elevate performance and expand possibilities across the transaction and business lifecycle. Our thoughtfully integrated teams bring industry perspective and deep functional expertise across accounting, ESG, finance, M&A, operations, restructuring, strategic communications, tax, and technology, to generate tailored solutions that address any challenge.


We partner with our clients to implement right-sized solutions that elevate performance and expand possibilities.

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Our experts bring fresh perspectives on timely and relevant issues shaping today’s business world.

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We have incredible growth opportunities across multiple locations and skillsets.

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Why Riveron?

At Riveron, we believe the strategic visions that transform organizations often emerge from insights found deep within the details. We look beyond the surface, partnering with our clients and their stakeholders to understand the business at every level, including the financial and operational fundamentals that underpin success and create opportunity.

Entrepreneurial Mindset

Creating value in new and innovative ways through experience-based creativity

Engaged Leadership

Involving hands-on leaders who act as an extension of management

Diverse Backgrounds

Confronting any challenge because we’ve been there before

Dynamic Situations

Demonstrating uncommon agility through high growth, change, and distress

Tailored Solutions

Building solutions that are right-sized for each client’s unique needs

Strategic Results

Driving immediate outcomes and realizing long-term potential

News & Insights

Success Story: CIO Bruce Wartell

Bruce Wartell, Chief Information Officer of Hunger Rush, discusses his successful partnership with Riveron.

Revving Up for a Bounce Back Year: Top 5 CFO Priorities for 2024

With the macro environment poised for recovery, CFOs need to prioritize restarting their growth engines and communicating the details to stakeholders.

The Truth Is, Your Board Doesn’t Know Enough About Climate

Most companies are significantly behind when it comes to meeting regulations for board oversight on climate risk. Proactively considering both the “hows” and the “whats” of developing a more climate-informed board is the key to making meaningful progress.