Management Team

Our shareholders have directed corporations, owned small businesses and managed nonprofits. They know your business. Our 45 shareholders are dedicated to the growth, stability and mission of Schneider Downs.

We know that these kinds of people are key to creating a quality organization, so we make sure our employees are involved and challenged in their work. Their continued dedication to Schneider Downs lets us remain fully committed to you.

case studies

 
Let’s discuss preventing ransomware attacks on your company. Email me directly <a href='mailto:twarren@schneiderdowns.com?cc=contactSD@schneiderdowns.com'>here</a>.
big problem:
Let’s discuss preventing ransomware attacks on your company. Email me directly here.
big thinking:
Company impacted by ransomware.
 
Let’s discuss opportunities to reduce your company’s tax burden. Email me directly <a href='mailto:dmorally@schneiderdowns.com?cc=contactSD@schneiderdowns.com'>here</a>.
big problem:
Let’s discuss opportunities to reduce your company’s tax burden. Email me directly here.
big thinking:
Inefficient tax credit realization.

What is a SOC Report and Who Needs One?

Better understand what a SOC Report is and who needs one in addition to who might request a SOC Report.

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What are the differences between a SOC for Cybersecurity examination and a SOC 2 examination?

Learn more about the key differences between a SOC for Cybersecurity report and a SOC 2 report including the contents of each report.

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IFRS Conversion Considerations: Revenue Recognition

Learn more about key revenue recognition differences when contemplating a conversion from U.S. GAAP to IFRS.

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IFRS Conversion Considerations: Provisions, Contingencies and Subsequent Events

Learn more about the different treatment for subsequent events and commitments and contingencies when contemplating a conversion from U.S. GAAP to IFRS.

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IFRS Conversion Considerations: Foreign Currency

Learn more about the significant differences surrounding the treatment of foreign currency when contemplating a conversion from U.S. GAAP to IFRS.

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Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh, PA 15222


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Columbus

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Columbus, OH 43215


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Washington, D.C.

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McLean, VA 22102


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