Business Advisory

Regulatory Consulting

Meeting Compliance Regulations

Highly regulated industries such as telecommunications and energy present unique challenges to business owners.  Staying in compliance with frequently changing rulings requires the ability to correctly interpret the regulations, prepare the correct documents, and meet filing deadlines. You need an accounting and consulting firm that truly knows the industry and can provide the consulting services needed to thrive in a changing business environment.

REGULATORY CONSULTING SERVICES

Olsen Thielen’s regulatory specialists understand the industry’s complex regulatory environment, and assist telecom, broadband, and video/cable clients comply with a host of federal and state regulations. We can help with assessment of regulations and their impact, design and enactment of effective compliance procedures and filing required applications and waivers. Failure to meet the regulatory requirements could result in large fines and significant delays in conducting business.

In addition to audit, accounting and income tax planning and preparation, Olsen Thielen’s regulatory services and expertise include:

Contact a Specialist

Since 1921, Olsen Thielen’s experienced staff has been dedicated to not only ensuring compliance but also helping navigate change with strategies and financial plans for the future. To learn more about how we can help, contact one of our industry specialists.

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