Weinberg & Company Joins Morison KSi Association

Los Angeles, CA,—Weinberg & Company (www.weinbergla.com) a leading international, full service CPA firm serving the audit and tax compliance needs of public and privately-held companies, has joined the global Morison KSi association, according to Corey Fischer, Firm Managing Partner.

Established over 20 years ago, Weinberg’s services include assurance and audit, tax and accounting, private client services, business management and consulting in a wide range of industries, including consumer products, life sciences, media and entertainment and technology. It is registered with the U.S. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) and the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB).

“Since our founding, we have enjoyed long term relationships with our clients and have expanded internationally to service their needs,” said Fischer. “As our clients’ global footprint continues to expand, we are pleased that our membership in Morison KSi allows us to offer them high quality professional services worldwide.”

Based in London, Morison KSi is a global association of leading professional service firms, serving the cross-border accounting, auditing, tax and consulting needs of clients. Its 160 members are dynamic, ambitious and independent firms, specifically chosen because of the quality and energy of their people and practice. Together, the member firms offer partner-led and cost effective global reach across 375 offices in 86 countries, representing a combined revenue of US $1.03 billion.

“We are pleased that Weinberg has joined Morison KSi,” said Liza Robbins, Morison KSi Chief Executive Officer. “Weinberg’s technical expertise is of the highest quality. Its professionals are committed to excellence and are aligned with the culture found throughout our member firms.”

About Weinberg & Company:
Weinberg is a full service, multi-office CPA firm serving the audit and financial reporting needs of public and private companies in a wide range of industries, including consumer products, life sciences, media and entertainment and technology. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Weinberg maintains offices in Florida and the Pacific Rim. For more information: Corey Fischer at 310-601-2200 or coreyf@weinbergla.com.


Weinberg & Company Expands International Audit Capabilities, Joins Canadian Public Accountability Board

March 14, 2016 –Weinberg & Company, a leading, international full service CPA firm which services clients throughout the U.S., Europe and the Pacific Rim, has expanded its Assurance and Audit services into Canada through registration with the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB).

As a CPAB-registered firm, Weinberg now offers services needed to meet the audit and disclosure requirements of Canadian or cross-border listed companies on the TSX, TSX-Venture and Canadian Securities Exchanges. 

Weinberg, founded over 20 years ago, is registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board in the United States.

“Our professional staff consists of Big 4 veterans whose training and experience ensures the quality and the integrity of the audit,” said Corey Fischer, Weinberg Firm Managing Partner. “We are proud to say that our PCAOB audits are consistently without deficiencies and we will strive to provide the same level of excellent work to Canadian and cross-border listed issuers. Our clients have come to rely on us for excellent work, as well as outstanding personal service.”

In 2013, according to the CPAB, 164 Canadian and 133 foreign firms participated in CPAB’s inspection program. The registered firms audited approximately 4,000 reporting issuers and 3,000 investment funds. 


Investing in China – Has the Perfect Storm Passed?

Managing Partner Corey Fischer’s article “Investing in China–Has the Perfect Storm Passed?” published in the Fall 2013 issue of Micro-Cap Review.

In the article, Corey discusses the latest developments involving China-based public companies, including the signing of an historic enforcement cooperation agreement that he describes as “a first step in the right direction.”
Will the sun once again shine on Chinese companies? Corey is optimistic, “the U.S.-China relationship is complex, but financial interests have a habit of trumping ideological differences.”   To read the full article, please click here. 


Weinberg & Company’s, Corey Fischer, interviewed by Deal Flow Media on China audits by PCAOB registered firms

By Bill Meagher
May 30, 2013

A new agreement announced May 24 was a break-through in cooperation between U.S. financial market regulators and their Chinese counterparts.

But U.S. investors may not be feeling the love.

Under the memorandum of understanding signed May 7, the U.S. Public Company Accounting Oversight Board may be granted access to documents from audits done in China by accounting firms that are registered with the PCAOB.

Chinese authorities have previously forbidden accountants in their country from sharing such documents with foreigners, taking the position that they were state secrets. The policy had become a sore point between the U.S. and China in recent years as dozens of Chinese companies, which had listed on U.S. markets through reverse mergers, were accused of accounting fraud.

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