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Bill Maloney

Executive Managing Director

As an executive managing director in Dallas, Bill Maloney is responsible for the national leadership, strategy, and development of Riveron’s financial advisory services, including accounting advisory, accounting and finance operations, and capital markets and divestitures.

Being part of the leadership team allows me to influence the direction and success of the firm as well as how we serve our clients and develop our people. We know that all clients will have a unique experience with us because of our ability to consistently blend smart advice with practical solutions.
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Background

Bill brings over 20 years of experience leading clients and teams through complex deal related US GAAP and IFRS accounting and financial reporting issues, including accounting for revenue recognition, business combinations, and income taxes, and advising on and preparing carve-out and pro forma financial statements for SEC filings. He also has significant experience establishing and maintaining effective internal controls over financial reporting and remediating material weaknesses. Bill’s experience covers both public and private companies across a number of industries, including consumer goods, manufacturing ,and life sciences.

Prior to joining Riveron, Bill was the vice president of reporting and technical accounting at Orthofix International. He began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the assurance practice and spent more than 12 years in various roles including audit, transaction services, and global accounting consulting services. In his free time, Bill is active with his family and church and enjoys a number of outdoor activities. Bill is a native of Orlando, Florida and currently lives in Dallas with his wife and four kids.

Education and Certifications

  • Brigham Young University
  • Certified Public Accountant

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