As a Managing Director based in New York City, Mark Cox is responsible for client service, specializing in technical accounting, SEC reporting, internal controls, and carve-out financial statements.
With more than 10 years in the industry, Mark has deep experience advising clients on complex accounting matters and business strategy.
He distinguishes himself by focusing on his professional development and by keeping his team members’ best interests at heart. Mark also functions internally as a dedicated resource on the Financial Advisory Expert Network, all while being trusted to provide direction in our clients’ most challenging situations. Prior to joining Riveron, he worked in the assurance practice at Ernst & Young.
Mark is a native of the Houston, Texas area and considers himself an avid Houston sports fan. He and his wife, Alison, currently live in New York City.
Education and Certifications
- Master of Business Administration, University of Texas at Dallas
- Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Information Management Systems, University of Texas at Dallas
- Certified Public Accountant licensed by the State of Texas and Illinois
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