SEC Reporting and GAAP Compliance

The BSWA team specializes in assisting companies with the completion of the reporting requirements under the Securities Act of 1933.  We have completed S-1s while serving as financial executives within companies and S-1 and Form 10 in an advisory capacity.  Once the initial filing is complete, the BSW team also works on your behalf to assist with the resolution of SEC comment letters and amendments, if required.

BSWA also manages and/or assists companies with the reporting requirements under the Securities Act of 1934.  Our team currently provides these services for ten companies.  If your company is having problems with completing its filing on-time or lacking the in-house expertise, we have an effective solution for you that begins with obtaining an understanding of the issues, then developing the requisite solution.

 

The BSWA team specializes in the development and application of accounting principles to executed, proposed or hypothetical transactions. We work closely with the client to identify the issues and understand the underlying business transaction in order to provide the right answer, the first time.

Our deliverables include formal, written reports on the application of accounting principles, suitable to document the positions taken for internal purposes and as required by independent auditors. We also provide detailed computations, the drafting of footnote disclosures and other necessary information necessary. When we provide these services, we deliver a solution that is well-documented, understandable and ready for audit.  BSWA prides itself with the ability to explain the accounting literature to the client’s executives and audit committee in layman’s terms. Below is a sample of more complex issues we have successfully assisted our clients with.

  • Revenue Recognition
  • Business Combinations, including Earn-Outs & Contingent Consideration
  • Goodwill and Intangible Assets
  • Derivatives transactions
  • Accounting for Convertible Debt
  • Modification of Debt and Conversion Features
  • Stock-based Compensation
  • Accounting for Impairment or Disposal of Long-Lived Assets
  • Consolidation of Variable Interest Entities
  • Recapitalizations
  • Fresh Start Accounting