SEC Reporting, Auditing and Advisory Services
Hein has distinguished itself in SEC accounting work since its founding, with the skills, expertise and, most important, the integrity required to provide the highest level of quality service to public companies. We are one of the top 25 firms in the country providing public company audits, and are ranked higher than other public accounting firms many times our size.
We maintain our independence by providing only those services that are permitted by Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) regulations and have been pre-approved by the audit committee. In working with public companies, we have extensive experience serving as public company auditor; performing special projects for audit committees; taking the role of advisor on significant transactions; assisting with tax compliance and conducting internal control assessments (SOX 404). SEC compliance work is some of the most specialized in the world of accounting.
Since the passage of SOX, CPAs must overcome a number of additional barriers to entry, including a stringent registration process, to earn the right to do SEC work.
Providing Peace of Mind
You can count on Hein to get work done completely and on time, and you can trust that our professionals act with integrity in everything we do. Our years of experience working with diverse public companies enables us to explore all viable alternatives to resolve issues, and you can be confident that we are knowledgeable in the latest SEC reporting requirements.
As a member of the AICPA’s Center for Audit Quality (CAQ), we share the CAQ’s goals of enhancing investor confidence in the global capital markets by fostering high quality performance of public company audits. Our partners communicate regularly with public company policy makers as members of the AICPA’s SEC Regulations Committee, as well other professional committees and organizations. These groups provide access to the FASB, SEC, PCAOB and other regulators for public companies. We remain on the cutting edge of important changes in SEC reporting requirements, and can provide timely answers and guidance for your questions and concerns.
Contact Hein for expertise in SEC Reporting, advice on special projects, assistance with compliance, and any other public company accounting needs.
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