Assurance & Attest

Overview

At Grassi, traditional assurance and attest services remain the core of our strength and reputation. Grassi professionals provide businesses, banks, sureties, and regulatory agencies, throughout the United States and internationally, clear, accurate and organized financial statements that are viewed as the industry standard.
 

Our assurance services include:
 

  • Attestation Engagements
  • Audits, Reviews and Compilations
  • Employee Benefit Plans
  • Financial Statements
  • Governmental Entities
  • International Financial Reporting
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • PCAOB Audits (Public Company Services)
  • SSAE 18
  • Transaction Services
  • Web Security and Privacy Assurance

Team

Robert J. Brewer Partner
Ronald J. Eagar Partner, Chief Operating Officer
Patrick J. Fahey Partner
William E. Fischer Partner
Derek Flanagan Partner
David Freda Partner
Steven Goldstein Partner, Sports & Entertainment Practice Leader, White Plains Office Market Leader
Robert E. Grote Partner, Manufacturing & Distribution Practice Leader
Michael Hochman New Jersey Office Market Leader
William P. Hughes Partner
Laurie Landry Principal
Steve Lemke Principal
Michele Lindner Principal
Stephen J. Mannhaupt Partner, Assurance and Attest Services Leader
Anthony Mazza Principal
Carl Oliveri Partner, Construction Practice Leader, NYC Office Market Leader
Victoria Pellegrino Partner, Financial Services Practice Leader
Lou Pizzileo Partner
David M. Rottkamp Partner, Not-for-Profit Practice Leader
Aaron Rupper Principal
Scott Stern Principal
Tammy E. Straus Partner
Anthony Tomaro Partner, Consulting Services Leader
Rocco Totino Partner, Italian Practice Leader
Michael A. Violano Partner
Chi Lam Audit Manager

Articles & Alerts

PCAOB: Unloved by Administration and Congressional Republicans Alike

President Trump’s proposed 2021 budget includes a proposal to merge the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) into the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This marks the latest attempt by Republicans to loosen the PCAOB’s grip on the broker-dealer community. Our Financial Services professionals explain this latest development and what has led up it.

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