Lord & Benoit is a full service internal controls compliance firm (SOX consulting, NAIC, FDIC, Section 404, SOX IT) with clients virtually worldwide.  Lord & Benoit adds value by focusing on the unique needs of small to midsized entities.  The process is affordable... and fixed prices prove it!

As the first Section 404 SOX compliance firm to implement the COSO Guidance for Smaller Public Companies and as representative on the COSO Taskforce, Lord & Benoit is uniquely qualified to not only help companies comply with SOX 404(a), but use a top-down, risk-based management assessment approach that is relevant, right-sized and value-driven.


 Our SOX Section 404 scalable framework is comprehensive yet right sized for the unique needs of small to mid sized public companies. Additionally, Lord & Benoit's expert team employs a helpful (rather than adversarial) approach in ensuring your company's successful compliance. A team of compliance professionals, led by our senior management team, work alongside you to efficiently assessing your SOX 404 internal controls, financial reporting and IT control environments.  Lord & Benoit keeps management apprised of progress through Lord & Benoit's unique FLASH REPORT communication process.

 Lord & Benoit's exceptional approach has gained worldwide acceptance with outside auditors, Audit Committees and public companies around the globe.  By collaborating with our clients we provide the ideal compliance experience, building a platform for resilient internal controls that adjust to the changing needs of your business. For more specifics about SOX consulting services, please visit our client testimonials area.


Extensive Worldwide Influence

Reports such as Internal Controls Pay (The Wall Street Journal), Ten Steps to SOX Compliance for Smaller Public Companies and the Lord & Benoit Framework (located on the SEC Concept Release website) have revolutionized Sarbanes Oxley compliance.


Countless prestigious institutions including the PCAOB, AICPA, AAA, Compliance Week, Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, Business Week, each Big 4 firm, most PCAOB registered CPA firms and even international competitors consistently reference our innovative SOX Section 404 research.