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RoseRyan Opening Q5 Unit To Serve Southern California

RoseRyan, a financial consulting company, is dividing into two independent companies.

The Northern California company will continue to operate under the name RoseRyan. In Southern California, the company is now Q5, and will be led by Mike Rose, Mike Ford and Wade Lindenberger. Based in San Diego, Q5 will serve Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Imperial and San Diego counties. The firm plans to expand its Orange County operations and open a Los Angeles office in 2010.

Rose, CEO of Q5, has worked in nearly all aspects of finance for more than 25 years. Since 1996, he has led RoseRyan and has been focused in consulting with emerging growth companies. Ford, vice president of the firm, established and grew RoseRyan in Southern California. He has more than 26 years of experience, and is an innovator in the field of management consulting and outsourcing. Lindenberger, director, has an extensive background in risk, governance and compliance issues and has worked in-house at several major Southern California organizations.

Q5 will be delivering a new class of business solutions with RoseRyan’s experienced foundation.

“Southern California shouldn’t think of us as a new company,” said Rose. “We’re the same established group of professionals with the same strengths.”

Made strictly for each client’s particular situation, their business solutions allow the client to invest only in what they need. They are designed to accomplish intelligent growth that influence discipline and fiscal accountability, in addition to being able to grow with the client’s business and eliminate waste wherever possible. Q5’s solutions fall into four categories: emerging businesses; governance, risk and compliance; technical accounting; and business systems and processes.

The firm will also provide finance talent on a project, on an interim and permanent basis when needed. It has special expertise in assisting biotechnical, medical device and technology companies as well as government agencies.

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