eBook: The 6 Habits of a Highly Effective SOX Compliance Program

Every year, public companies can spend millions of dollars on their Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance programs.

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Case Study: Reverse Acquisition between Private Operating Company and Public Registrant

Challenge Company D, a privately-held clinical stage biotechnology company engaged in a merger agreement with a publicly traded clinical stage pharmaceutical company and engaged CFGI to assist with audit preparation, accounting and reporting obligations in connection with the merger.

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Case Study: Initial Public Offering of Foreign Medical Diagnostic Company

Challenge Company B, a $100MM foreign medical diagnostic company initiated IPO on domestic Form S-1, converting accounting basis from UK GAAP to US GAAP and reporting currency from Pounds Sterling to the US Dollar.

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Case Study: Initial Public Offering of a Clinical Stage Biotech

Challenge Company A, a biotech with a Phase II clinical trial asset, engaged CFGI to provide assistance with audit preparation and preparation of Form S-1 in connection with their initial public offering.

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Case Study: Acquisition Support for Clinical Research Organization

Challenge Company C, a US-based clinical research organization, completed an acquisition of a significant business based in Europe.

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Whitepaper: The clock is ticking – How to jumpstart your lease accounting implementation project

If you run a business, you lease equipment or real estate.

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Whitepaper: Private Equity – Current and emerging financial due diligence considerations when acquiring physician practices

As PE acquisitions of healthcare businesses have surged over the past decade, investments in physician practices and physician practice management (PPM) companies have accelerated apace.

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Whitepaper: Revenue Recognition – How an accounting standard can impact your deal

The new accounting standard for revenue recognition (ASC 606), which goes into effect early next year for privately held companies is just an accounting change, right? Not at all.

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