Executive Managing Director
As an Executive Managing Director, Bill Maloney is responsible for national leadership, strategy and development of Riveron’s Financial Advisory Services practice.
Bill brings almost 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.
When a company decides to sell part of a business, the complex separation process often requires much more preparation and resources than sellers expect. Effective planning and strategic consideration around the structure of the deal and the required financial statements are imperative.
The conference focused on changes such as new standards and emerging technology, with speakers also commenting on practical responses to these developments and preparing for what’s next. Riveron attended this year’s conference and our experts have highlighted the most relevant and useful topics that could impact your business.
Non-GAAP Financial Measures: Clarification on What Constitutes Individually Tailored Accounting Principles
Comments from the SEC on non-GAAP financial measures continue to lead the way in 2018. At the recent 2018 AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments the SEC staff (the “staff”) emphasized that investors and creditors expect publicly reported information to be accurate, complete and in compliance with all applicable rules and regulations. Specifically, the staff highlighted two areas of focus: adherence to Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (“C&DIs”) as well as the importance of controls and processes when disclosing non-GAAP financial measures.