GREAT FALLS, Montana (February 17, 2016) – JOSEPH EVE CPAs has won another RFP to conduct a Title 31 Assessment for a Tribal casino, this time in the State of Minnesota. The win is the latest in a streak for the firm.
Earlier this month, JOSEPH EVE announced it won a contract to conduct a Title 31 Assessment for a multi-site casino operator in Oklahoma. To date, the firm has more than 30 assessments on its schedule for 2016.
“We are thrilled with the success we are having in bringing our expertise in Title 31 to Tribal and commercial operators across the U.S.,” said JOSEPH EVE Partner Grant Eve, CPA, CFE. “As FinCEN continues to evolve its Title 31 requirements, casinos must also evolve to maintain the highest levels of compliance, and our detailed and thorough assessments help find and close any risk areas, helping to eliminate the casino’s risk of exposure or fines.”
In addition to its Title 31 expertise, JOSEPH EVE also specializes in fraud examination, and each of the firm’s partners has earned Certified Fraud Examiner designations and specialize in fraud auditing and uncovering defalcations.
To learn more about the latest Title 31 developments, join JOSEPH EVE in booth #921 at Indian Gaming Tradeshow (NIGA) 2016. Also, registration is now open for the firm’s seminar “Title 31 Compliance and Developments,” which takes place in Las Vegas on May 19 and 20.