Carve-out Financial Statements

Carve-out transactions have a high degree of complexity requiring significant judgment in applying limited guidance. Riveron knows the intricacies of a carve-out and delivers the expertise you need to produce financial statements that withstand the audit and SEC scrutiny.

From IPO spin-offs to divesting non-core businesses, Riveron has significant experience executing carve-outs across a diverse range of transactions and industries. Riveron gains a comprehensive knowledge of how your company operates, including how business lines are integrated and managed to effectively guide you through the complexities of carve-out financial statements.

Riveron’s professionals assist with carve-out financial statements in a variety of areas, including:

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