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Stephen Hamilton

Senior Managing Director

As a senior managing director in Dallas, Stephen Hamilton is responsible for client service, specializing in capital markets, technical accounting, and carve-out financial statements.

One of the most satisfying things about the projects I've worked on is helping clients solve problems that they are having difficulty managing. Whether helping with a transformative project or being a sounding board for client opinions, it is rewarding to know that I have helped someone and made a friend in the process.
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During his 25 years of experience, Stephen Hamilton has held senior financial management and corporate development roles and has provided consulting services to both public and private companies. Steve has served a variety of industries, including manufacturing, natural resources, and technology, with a focus on multinational companies.

Steve is responsible for serving clients, recruiting and developing Riveron consultants, and leading teams in the field. He creates loyalty among the clients he serves through his strategic approach to business issues, ability to appropriately communicate challenges and recommend solutions, and attention to detail toward completing assignments on agreed-upon timelines. His focus areas include acquisition due diligence and integration, financing and cash management projects, coordination and execution of projects for international operations, SEC reporting and consolidations implementation, corporate governance, and international and domestic tax planning, consulting, review, and analysis.

Steve is a native of Toronto, Canada, and has been living and working in the Dallas area for 10 years. Prior to joining Riveron, Steve held various senior finance roles with Lighting Science Group Corporation, Quadrem International Holdings, Noranda Inc., and Grant Knauth. Steve began his career at EY.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor in Commerce in Accounting and Finance, University of Toronto