Our clients receive accurate, reliable and timely service with access to senior level team members who are knowledgeable, qualified and consistent.
In response to public companies’ need for services that assist with the interpretation, implementation, and ongoing assessment efforts of The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (the Act), Moss Adams has developed Business Risk Management and Control Solutions.
Our services offer a distinctive approach designed to provide independent assistance to the Audit Committee, and cover all phases of SOX 404 compliance efforts, including risk assessment, documentation and gap analysis, test preparation and operational effectiveness testing, and close-out and reporting. Clients have the flexibility to modify the scope of the engagement as they become more comfortable with the new regulatory environment.
You need a professional service provider to help you comply with Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 requirements and improve internal controls effectiveness and efficiency, and in turn, operational results.
You want your chosen service provider to approach this project with a responsive focus on your business needs and to deploy a practical methodology that will help you accomplish your goals.
We can help you
When you work with us, you benefit from a strong local service team supported by our entire firm, with partners and managers with specialized internal control expertise, experience in compliance matters, and transactional filings expertise. We receive up-to-date information directly from the SEC through partners who have served as Professional Accounting Fellows at the SEC, one of whom is a member of the AICPA SEC Regulations Committee.
Our collaborative project approach helps ensure that all parties with a stake in your internal controls attestation agree with your approach to provide necessary assurance. A three-phased approach of project planning and risk assessment, documentation and analysis, and internal controls monitoring and reporting addresses operational, compliance, and financial reporting controls to give you improved efficiencies and effectiveness.
You will be better positioned by documenting and maintaining your internal control structure, systems, and procedures for financial reporting, and you can benefit from better capability to capture revenue, reduce cost, improve your use of technology, and capability to detect issues before they become problems.