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Steve Manko

Managing Director

As a Managing Director in Minneapolis, Steve Manko specializes in financial advisory services including technical accounting matters, financial reporting, and business combinations.

At Riveron, there is a consistent practice of teaming to develop new and creative solutions for our clients. This allows our people to stay innovative and ensures our clients are provided with the best possible service.
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Steve has a wide area of expertise, with experience in various technical accounting matters, investment valuation, derivative hedge effectiveness, allowance for credit losses, goodwill impairment, financial reporting, business combinations, audit readiness and SOX process design.  As a subject matter expert, Steve has developed and led accounting education sessions, facilitated panel discussions, and published thought leadership pieces on financial advisory services.

Prior to joining Riveron, Steve spent his career in public accounting at EY, coordinating accounting and advisory services for large, publicly traded banks, investment advisors and fintech organizations.

Education and Certifications

  • Master of Business Administration, University of Akron
  • Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and Business Administration, Malone University
  • Certified Public Accountant

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