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Rapidly Rethinking the 2023 Budget Season

For CFOs contending with economic volatility, post-acquisition integrations, or team constraints, here are tips to tackle the 2023 budget season.

SPACs and Targets: 4 Themes for Standing Out in Today’s Market

Here are four ways SPAC sponsors and target companies can stand out and successfully access capital in today’s dynamic market.

Trending Insights for ESG Leaders

Riveron recaps three key leadership trends and how companies can uncover new possibilities by embracing ESG and sustainability.

Looming Supply Constraints, Clean Energy Policies, and Other 2022 Trends: Q1 Oil and Gas Industry Update

Riveron experts explore capital projects, looming supply constraints, and clean energy policies impacting the oil & gas industry in this update.

Streamlining ESG for Investors: SEC Proposes New Rules for Climate-Related Disclosures

To improve environmental, social, and governance (#ESG) reporting, the SEC has proposed new rules on climate-related disclosures.

Human Capital: New Disclosures May Propel Values-Based Investing

Human capital disclosures may shape investor behavior for principles-based factors related to diversity, inclusion, and more.

SEC Comment Letters: Do’s and Don’ts

Understanding the SEC Comment Letters process is crucial for preparing comprehensive responses that quickly resolve and clarify any outstanding issues.

Key Takeaways from the 2020 AICPA Annual Conference

Missed this year’s AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments? Our experts give a breakdown of the key themes that emerged.

Direct Public Offerings: NYSE Expanded Listing Options

The New York Stock Exchange recently received SEC approval to allow companies to sell new shares in a direct public offering transaction.

Executing a Division Carve-out at Lehigh Hanson

When Heidelberg Cement decided to carve its building products division, it sought help preparing the carve-out financial statements for the potential IPO or sale.

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