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Drew Niehaus

Managing Director

As a Managing Director in Dallas, Drew Niehaus is responsible for client service, specializing in technical accounting, SEC reporting, business combinations and capital market transactions.

At Riveron, we are hands-on partners with our clients who come to us with thoughtful questions and complicated projects. Our teams excel at problem solving, working through the challenges that come with change.
Ohioan at Heart. Whiskey Nerd. Proud Dad.

Background

As a Managing Director, Drew brings 15 years of experience in public accounting and consulting services including audit, technical accounting, financial reporting, acquisitions and purchase accounting, and carve-outs. Drew’s background includes experience with public companies, ranging from new IPOs experiencing rapid growth to established, multi-billion dollar companies engaging in acquisitions or capital market transactions.

Drew has worked closely with clients across a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, retail and consumer products, pharmaceutical, aerospace and defense, and government contracting.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting & Finance, University of Richmond
  • Certified Public Accountant

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