This article introduces Reg FD and summarizes industry professionals’ insights on how to make sure public companies are Reg FD complied.
This article gives an overview of financial restatements, including types of restatements, public reactions, and methods to prevent them.
Startups often use cash accounting method, yet public companies must use accrual accounting method, so when is the proper timing to make the switch?
Public companies are required to file registration statements, annual reports, and other forms with the SEC. Learn more about the common types of SEC filings in this article.
Quarterly reporting is critical for public companies. Learn the requirements and best practices for efficient quarterly reporting in your S-1 and 10Q.
This article will help your company identify reportable segments and prepare the proper disclosures related to operating segments.
Learn the SEC’s reporting guidelines and regulations surrounding Non-GAAP financial measures in your S-1 and other filings.
KPIs are powerful tools for measuring performance. Learn how to choose KPIs and report them in your MD&A.
An effective flux analysis can help you understand changes in your financial statements and communicate them effectively in your S-1.
Gain an understanding of the exception to the SEC significance tests (Regulation S-X Rule 3-05), given to companies going through an IPO.
Understand the tests required by the SEC for determining the significance of an acquisition. Three tests required and the related financial statement requirements.
Before you can go public, you’ll need a full-scale, GAAP audit. Get informed about how and what to prepare for your company’s pre-IPO audit.
Understand convertible debt’s most complex elements as we discuss eight particularly challenging points of interest related to convertible debt.
Cole Moffat and Troy Lewis
Dives into the process of 409A evaluations that should be planned on and performed early on in the IPO process to avoid incurring unnecessary costs.
Andrew Bellomy and Jasper Martin
This article addresses the topic of cheap stock and the complications that can arise from accounting for stock compensation plans when going public