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Scott Norris

Managing Director

As a managing director in New York City, Scott Norris is responsible for client service, specializing in technical accounting, financial reporting, and audit readiness.

Riveron emphasizes a culture consisting of entrepreneurial thinking, collaboration, innovation, professionalism, client care, and professional development. Our deeply talented professionals work together to deliver timely, accurate, and practical solutions to help meet our clients’ needs in today’s dynamic and challenging business environment.
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Scott Norris brings a deep level of experience in accounting and financial leadership roles, including audits, financial reporting (SEC and private), various technical accounting matters, business combinations, carve-out financial statements, debt offerings, and SOX compliance.

Prior to joining Riveron, Scott spent his career in public accounting at KPMG leading and coordinating audits of both public and private companies across a variety of industries including consumer and industrial products, airports, telecommunications, media content providers, and electronic payment processing. Scott has extensive experience leading multinational teams, collaborating with tax and other advisory professionals to meet client needs, and leading audits of private equity portfolio companies.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting, University of Rhode Island
  • Certified Public Accountant

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