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Capital Markets & Divestitures

The path to accessing debt and equity markets or successfully executing a separation and sale can be a complex maze of accounting, regulatory and legal issues. Riveron brings structure to the unstructured, guiding companies through critical decisions to ensure a successful transaction. Regardless of your chosen path, Riveron provides subject-matter expertise and comprehensive project management focused on technical accounting, SEC and SOX regulatory requirements, sell side support, and separation strategy and design.

Riveron has advised companies on a variety of capital markets and divestiture transactions ranging from subsidiary spin-offs to multi-entity roll-up IPOs. Our proven approach will reduce accounting and regulatory distractions, enabling management to focus on choosing the right path and driving sustainable growth.

We are not limited by traditional independence rules because we do not provide audit, review or compilation services. Riveron is an engaged partner, leading companies through identifying, analyzing and concluding on complex accounting and financial reporting matters.

Offerings

Carve-out Financial Statements
IPO Readiness and Execution
Debt Offerings
SOX Readiness
Separation Services and Back-Office Stand Up

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