CFO Squad Talks IPO Market During COVID on National Radio Show “Mind Your Business” 77WABC

Posted by Joseph Himy

NEW YORK, N.Y. – (July 23th, 2020) The CFO Squad, (  a premier provider of outsourced CFO and financial business services to both private and public companies, will be a featured guest on the national “Mind Your Business” radio talk show on Sunday July 26th, 2020 at 10pm ET, on 77WABC.

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CFO Squad executive and expert in SEC financial reporting and tax compliance, Jay Cardwell, will be interviewed by Mind Your Business radio host Yitzchok Saftlas. Topics to be covered during the show will include today’s heating-up IPO market even among the COVID-19 pandemic, and what CFOs looking to take their companies public should be thinking about.

“We’ve seen a big uptick in activity since the COVID epidemic first hit this spring for S-1 filings, reverse mergers and sourcing capital overall,” said Joseph Himy, Founder and Managing Director of CFO Squad.  “Pent up demand and some sense of urgency to file before the presidential election are some of the drivers.  However, the rules and preparation work needed has evolved in this new business climate, which necessitates unique corporate finance and accounting expertise. This has led to a spike in demand for the kinds of services we offer at The CFO Squad.”

The CFO Squad delivers best practices and decades of senior financial executive experience through a cost effective, flexible business model.   Public and privately-held organizations engage The CFO Squad to navigate complex strategic financial transactions, comply with financial regulations, preparation of financial projections and budget, audit preparation, and better mitigating overall business risk.

Increased market volatility in 2020 and evolving accounting standards the last few years has correlated with consistent, double digit year-over-year growth for The CFO Squad. An increase in number of technical accounting projects related to ASC-606 revenue recognition and new lease accounting rule ASC-842 have helped drive this demand, alongside audit support and SEC filings and reporting.