Coulter and Justus is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), which allows our team to perform audits of public companies listed on the United States stock exchange. Our firm is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) Center for Audit Quality, which assures our clients that we have specific quality control policies and procedures in effect.
Our SEC Services Group focuses on serving publicly traded mid-sized and emerging growth companies in a variety of industries. After years of working for the Big 4, national firms, or international, multi-billion dollar publicly-traded companies, our team of professionals have developed a wealth of SEC knowledge and experience working with public filers.
Serving Public Companies of All Sizes
An ability to consistently deliver the ideal combination of expertise, service, and cost-value to publicly-traded companies has earned Coulter & Justus a reputation as an industry leader. Our firm is streamlined, accessible, and able to mobilize quickly to serve public company clients.
For small public companies, we offer the resources needed to stay on top of ongoing regulatory and reporting requirements. Our fee structure enables smaller public company clients to receive exceptional service and value at a reasonable price, which means more of their money can be allocated to operations, revenue-driving activities, and optimizing shareholder value.
- Prospectuses guidance
- Proxy statements
- Form S-1s, 10-Qs, and 10-Ks
- Reverse mergers
- IPO process guidance
- PCAOB-standard audits
Outsourced Services for SEC Registrants
To fulfill the independence-driven needs of public companies, our firm serves as a complementary provider of non-audit advisory services, including tax planning, compliance tax provision work, and Sarbanes-Oxley. With senior-level expertise and professionals that act as an extension of our clients’ internal teams, we help resolve complex issues like:
- Revenue recognition
- Transfer pricing
- Stock compensation
- Purchase accounting
- Intangible asset valuation
- Goodwill impairment
- Implementation of Accounting Changes