A $4.0 billion multinational public company needed assistance with creating a set of carve-out financial statements for one of its businesses.
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WilliamsMarston LLC today announced the promotion of Lynette Tsai to Manager in their Boston office. Lynette joined WilliamsMarston in January 2015 from Eaton Vance where she was a Financial Reporting Analyst. Prior to Eaton Vance, she held various roles of increasing responsibility in EY’s Assurance practice in Boston. While at EY, Lynette’s clients included companies
A $250 million portfolio company of a private equity firm was at a critical juncture between pursuing a critical acquisition, integrating past acquisitions and timely financial reporting.
A $1 billion telecom company with 1,500 employees experienced rapid growth over several years resulting in disparate systems and an inefficient cost structure.
A $250 million public company closed an acquisition of a multinational target requiring the preparation, conversion and audit of five legal entities’ financial statements.