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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.
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As a managing director, Drew has significant experience advising clients and providing services related to complex technical accounting matters, SEC filings and financial reporting, capital market transactions including IPOs, internal controls over financial reporting, and ESG reporting readiness. Drew’s background includes experience with public and private entities, ranging from pre-public companies experiencing rapid growth to established, multi-billion dollar public companies engaging in acquisitions or capital market transactions.

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

Education and Certifications

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

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