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Internal Control Remediation

Poorly designed or ineffective internal controls can create a ripple effect leading to material weaknesses and restatements.  Riveron designs and implements comprehensive remediation plans to rapidly restore confidence in financial reporting.

As accounting experts with audit backgrounds, we know what good governance and an effective control environment looks like. We identify the root cause of the control deficiencies, design and implement improvements to the related processes and establish a sustainable control environment.  Partnering with management and auditors, Riveron ensures that risks are properly mitigated to instill confidence that internal controls will prevent and detect potential misstatements.

Riveron helps companies implement remediation solutions by providing the following services:

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