sox compliance

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) of 2002 was created in response to a number of accounting failures and frauds. SOX was enacted to ensure accurate financial reporting to investors and stakeholders of public companies. It requires regulated companies to maintain internal controls to ensure accurate financial reporting and identify material weaknesses and significant deficiencies that could lead to material misstatement in financial statements.

dm-t assists companies with their SOX assessment efforts, including documenting and assessing key controls, testing controls, and assisting with the remediation of identified failures of controls.  During the course of assisting our clients, we work with your company’s auditor to ensure your internal assessments of internal controls over financial reporting (ICFR) are effective in design and control.

In addition to US SOX, dm-t also assists our Canadian clients with the management certifications and ICFR assessments required by the Canadian National Instruments that govern the financial reporting of Canadian public companies.


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