RoseRyan, the finance and accounting consulting firm located in Silicon Valley, took notice that a good number of companies wane after they make their debut on the stock exchange. To help those companies stay on track RoseRyan launched RoseRyan Day 2 — a comprehensive service to help newly public companies master reporting and compliance guidelines.
The new service assists companies with the transition of going public to being public. “Too many companies mistakenly focus 100 percent of their effort on the IPO itself, with little time and energy spent preparing for how to be public after the bell rings,” RoseRyan’s co-founder Kathy Ryan said in a statement. “They cross the IPO finish line, thinking it’s the end, but, really, the race forward just keeps going.”
RoseRyan Day 2 has nine “hot button” areas that new public companies need to master.
- Improving the financial close process
- Bolstering the staff in number and expertise
- Identifying and tackling SEC red flags
- Helping the disclosure committee meet its potential
- Getting your non-GAAP financials to measure up
- Elevating management reporting for the new class of investors
- Mastering the EPS forecast model
- Guiding the C-suite as it navigates new demands; and
- Buttoning up the proxy
To find out more about RoseRyan Day 2 services contact Maureen Ryan email@example.com or (510) 456-3056 x122.
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