This tech company was on the IPO fast track. They knew that the more thoughtful their filing, the quicker they’d get approval to go to market—and the sooner they’d be flush with fresh capital.
They also knew they needed serious expertise to pull it off, especially since they would be among the first to cope with new SEC requirements.
RoseRyan’s finance pro began with S-1 reporting but was soon asked to advise on a broader level about compliance with new SEC reporting guidelines and FASB guidance. This included exploring pros and cons, and talking with the company’s attorneys, underwriters and auditors to draft necessary disclosures. New disclosures covered executive compensation and non-GAAP reporting compliance.
We not only responded quickly to questions as they arose but also kept the client ahead of the game by drawing on our deep expertise in investor relations, SOX, SEC reporting and comment response, and technical accounting.
The RoseRyan brain trust worked as a team to preemptively address finance issues, thus minimizing SEC comments, easing the audit process and ensuring a hassle-free IPO.