The combination of an ever-changing accounting and regulatory environment and companies engaging in complex transactions requires a thoughtful and pragmatic approach to solving accounting and reporting matters. Riveron understands that advising on the most complex accounting matters must be paired with implementing solutions that fit seamlessly with financial organizations. Our accounting advisory professionals have decades of collective experience developing and implementing proven strategies to address technical accounting and financial reporting issues under both US GAAP and IFRS.
Our client base includes leading companies from across the globe spanning a wide spectrum of industries including the aerospace, energy, healthcare and financial services sectors. We are not limited by traditional independence rules because we do not provide audit, review, or compilation services. Riveron is an engaged accounting and reporting advisory partner, leading companies through identifying, analyzing and concluding on complex accounting and financial reporting matters.
We stand above other accounting consulting companies thanks to our extensive expertise as former auditors and accounting executives, bringing a comprehensive understanding of these highly specialized and complicated issues. Having the knowledge of our team on our client’s side means they can rest easier knowing they have the guidance they need to navigate their obligations. To learn more about our accounting advisory services, get in touch with one of our experts today.
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