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The pressures and challenges involved in managing today’s public companies are vast. Growing shareholder value, addressing regulatory change, competing in the international marketplace and protecting corporate reputation are just a few of the challenges management and the board of directors must address. The audit should not interfere with managing your business.

It takes responsive leadership, deep technical acumen, uncompromising quality and recognition of what makes your company unique to achieve a successful audit experience.

Current Thinking and Insights

Mitigating Board Information Risk

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Mitigating Board Information Risk

RSM/NACD information asymmetry white paper outlining the six warning signs boards should be aware of, along with areas boards should focus on.

Bridging Effectiveness Gaps

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Bridging Effectiveness Gaps

A white paper addressing communication issues between management and the board with a focus on strategy and risk, executive compensation, CEO succession planning and board evaluations.

  • Phyllis Deiso

INSIGHT ARTICLE

SEC staff issues final staff report on IFRS work plan

An overview of the SEC's final staff report regarding its Work Plan for the Consideration of Incorporating International Financial Reporting Standards into the Financial Reporting System for U.S. Issuers.

INSIGHT ARTICLE

An overview of the JOBS Act

A seven-page summary outlining the JOBS Act’s major provisions regarding capital access and reduced regulatory reporting requirements for small to midsized companies.

INSIGHT ARTICLE

A Guide to Going Public

Trying to decide if your company should go public? This guide will help your stakeholders determine if an IPO is the right path for your company by addressing some basic questions and provides an overall timeline of events and business considerations.

Board composition

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Board composition

RSM/NACD white paper on board composition that looks at the skill sets needed by today’s corporate boards.

  • December 30, 2014

INSIGHT ARTICLE

SEC adopts new net worth standard for accredited investors

On Jan. 25, 2011, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed amendments to the accredited investor standards in order to comply with the requirements of Section 413(a) of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank). Nearly a year later, on Dec. 21, 2011, the SEC adopted the final rules in an amendment to the accredited investor standards.

  • Todd Rosen
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  • January 17, 2012