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Helen Mason

Managing Director

As a Managing Director based in Denver, Helen Mason specializes in complex business transactions and financial reporting for the energy industry.

I am continually impressed with the performance of our team and the quality of people Riveron consistently attracts. Not only do we deliver excellent client service, we have fun while doing it. This is clearly a by-product of the people we employ and the relationships we have with our clients.
Live music junkie. Devoted mom. Life of the party.

Background

Helen’s 13+ years of progressive experience in accounting and financial leadership roles include both public accounting and industry experience. Helen has significant experience in accounting for complex business transactions as well as internal and external financial reporting. While she has worked in a variety of industries, her specialty is in the energy industry. Throughout her career she has performed financial due diligence and analysis for planned acquisitions and divestitures and has overseen the corporate accounting function of a public MLP.

Helen grew up in Philadelphia and Dallas, but has been in the Denver market the entirety of her career.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Accountancy & Finance
    Regis University
  • Certified Public Accountant

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