Certified Public Accounting Firm

Why MaloneBailey

                                              

Deeply Rooted and Firmly Grounded

We are in exclusive company as one of only eleven firms worldwide that serve more than 100 publicly-traded clients, including NYSE, NASDAQ and OTC listed companies. We know accounting. We know small-cap transactions, including debt and equity transactions. And we know financial reporting.

We offer audit and consulting services to small and mid-market companies both publicly-traded and privately-held. We serve clients from various industry lines, including (but not limited to):oil and gas, real estate, manufacturing, high technology and biotechnology.

MaloneBailey delivers tax planning, compliance and consulting services to individuals and businesses, both privately-held and publicly-traded. Our comprehensive tax service offering includes U.S. domestic and international tax services.

Technology is central to our approach and in fact, most of our audits are paperless. Our strong emphasis on technology allows us to serve clients seamlessly regardless of their location. And, it's one of the reasons our clients are spread out in 20+ different states and 10+ different countries. Even if we don't have an office in your city, our approach enables our ability to serve you with cost-effectiveness and efficiency top of mind.

Audit approach: For our SEC audit practice, we follow PCAOB audit standards and through the use of these standards, we employ a risk-based approach. We believe that one size does NOT fit all. We tailor our approach to fit the needs of each client. We assess a company, its size, complexity and types of transactions among other areas. Our approach focuses on areas that pose a real risk. 

For our private practice, we conduct U.S. GAAP audits based on U.S. GAAS as well as IFRS audits based on the International Standards on Auditing (ISA). We have also developed a specialization for auditing U.S. subsidiaries of multinational companies. We provide audit reports to the auditors of parent companies using either U.S. GAAP or IFRS.