Auditing is an essential aspect to EVERY Regulation A+ offering. What exactly is a PCAOB audit? Why is it needed? How is it different from a regular audit? We spoke with industry expert Steven Vertucci from Malone Bailey, LLP to find out these answers. In this part of the “Reg A Money Show”, we provide our take on the latest whitepaper data directly from the SEC which goes over Regulation A+ status since its inception last year. The numbers are astonishing (in a good way)
Attention all those interested in Regulation A+ equity funding: If you have any intention of moving forward with a Reg.A+ offering, the information Steven provides in this podcast is absolutely essential for you to understand.
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Steven Vertucci:
In 1999, Steven began his professional career with MaloneBailey, LLP as a staff accountant and through his hard work and dedication, he became a member of the management group in 2004. Steven specializes in audit services for SEC reporting companies and is responsible for the development of MaloneBailey’s derivatives best practices key workpapers and audit approach.
Steven participates in training and professional development programs, business development as well professional recruiting. From 1994 to 1997 Steven served on active duty for the 2nd ACR in the U.S. Army as a Weapons Specialist.
When he’s not working, Steven enjoys spending time with his family: his wife, three daughters and five rescue animals. Spending time at the beach or enjoying outdoor activities at state parks and zoos are some of the family favorites. An avid outdoors guy, Steven’s hobbies and interests include bicycling, motorcycles and firearms. Contact him below:
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