We’re welcoming a new crowd of consultants to the RoseRyan brain trust. Our newest gurus are technical, SEC and compliance powerhouses, with deep and broad experience across a range of industries large, small and international.
Dan Belong: Dan is a controller’s controller. He was most recently at Exar as assistant controller and then corporate controller, responsible for SEC reporting, technical accounting, revenue recognition and SOX compliance; his resume also includes work with Ernst & Young and serving as international controller and director of accounting at Novellus. Dan has M&A battlefield experience, having completed several acquisitions and performed due diligence and integration work in other transactions.
Rosa Cheung: Rosa’s a fire-tested pro who’s covered a lot of bases, particularly in SOX (from soup to nuts) and risk management. She’s also well-versed in SEC reporting and M&A, plus general ledger, AP and AR. She’s served high tech companies as assistant controller and director of internal audit, and she’s jumping right into SOX work for us.
Janet Lawson: Janet is an East Coast transplant who keeps a sharp eye on processes to make sure they’re efficient and running smoothly. Her specialties include FP&A, financial modeling and planning, with experience in health care, financial services and transportation at companies from small to Fortune 500. She’ll be part of our XBRL team, and her first RoseRyan field job is with a large tech company.
Jack Mohalley: Jack is a seasoned consultant who’s held a variety of corporate roles on both U.S. coasts and in the Middle East, with significant stints in high tech, manufacturing, transportation and life sciences, among others, plus a stretch as audit manager for Ernst & Young. Like Dan, he’s got controllerships down cold, with sweet spots that include SOX PM, technical accounting, SEC reporting, M&A work and stock-based comp, from plain vanilla to complex. His first RoseRyan gig is controller for a global services company.
Neela Naik: Neela has been in the consulting world for more than 15 years, so she’s got broad experience in a variety of industries, particularly health care. What we love is that she can do financial systems implementations and has the chops to handle SEC reporting, technical research, due diligence and IPO projects. What’s more, she stays on top of rule developments (and really likes it). Her past posts include controller at St. Luke’s and assistant controller at Itel. Her first RoseRyan post is controller at a life sciences company.