What is a PCAOB Auditor?

Entrepreneurs seeking to go public via S-1 Registration Statement soon learn that their financials must be audited by a PCAOB Auditor.

Experienced OTC Markets securities lawyers like Matt Stout can make referrals to excellent PCAOB Auditors.

What is the PCAOB?

A PCAOB auditor is a public accounting firm registered with the The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (“PCAOB”).   The PCAOB is a private-sector, nonprofit corporation created by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.  The mission of the PCAOB is to oversee accounting professionals who provide independent audit reports for publicly traded companies.

Responsibilities of the PCAOB

  1. Register public accounting firms;
  2. Establish auditing, quality control, ethics, and independence standards and criteria relating to auditing public companies;
  3. Perform inspections and investigations;
  4. Conduct disciplinary proceedings of PCAOB registered accounting firms; and
  5. Enforce compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.

The SEC Has Authority Over the PCAOB

The SEC ultimately has the authority over the PCAOB and can do the following:

  1. Oversee the PCAOB’s operations;
  2. Appoint or remove PCAOB members;
  3. Approve the PCAOB rules and budget; and
  4. Hear appeals of PCAOB inspection reports and disciplinary actions.

Referrals to PCAOB Auditors for S-1 Registration Statements

Experienced securities attorney Matt Stout provides introductions and referrals to qualified PCAOB auditors to those going public via S-1.

PCAOB Auditors for Start Up and Development Stage Companies

OTCLawyers works with seasoned PCAOB auditors every day, including those who will audit start up and development stage companies who want to file an S-1 Registration Statement.

PCAOB Auditors for Foreign Management and Companies

Matt Stout, S-1 securities attorney, can refer foreign companies and Nevada corporations with foreign management to PCAOB Auditors, many of whom speak several languages.

We have worked with management in many countries.  Communication by email, teleconference and Skype make it possible for S-1 lawyers and PCAOB Auditors to efficiently work with Non US Management seeking an S-1 Registration Statement for foreign companies seeking an F-1.

S-1 Securities Lawyer Matt Stout

Entrepreneurs interested in going public via S-1 Registration Statement can contact OTC securities lawyer Matt Stout at (410) 429-7076 or mstout@otclawyers for a flat fee quote and time line.