CYPRESS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / June 25, 2015 / Costas Inc. (CSSI), is pleased to announce we have signed an agreement with Auditors GBH CPAs, PC ("GBH") and Filing Agent, SEC Compliance.
GBH places an emphasis on quality of service. As a condition of their registration with Public Company Accounting Oversight Board ("PCAOB"), registration with Canadian Public Accountability Board ("CPAB") and membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants ("AICPA"), they participate in a rigorous quality control program, which includes peer reviews of their Auditing Practice. This ensures GBH's compliance with the highest of professional standards and their commitment to maintaining the highest continuing professional education standards. GBH meets or exceeds all of the professional education standards required by federal and state agencies.
What makes GBH unique is their personal attention, commitment and energy they bring to each client relationship. Each client is assigned a team that includes a GBH shareholder that is actively engaged to ensure that the client's planning and execution are designed specifically to meet their accounting and financial needs and goals. GBH's shareholders have experience in both public accounting and private industry. This enables them to closely identify with the financial executives they serve.
SEC Compliance is a distinguished leading filing agency registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. They provide a broad range of services and will enable Costas to concentrate on building the business of the corporation knowing their regulatory requirements are streamlined and being filed timely.
The relationship between Costas and SEC Compliance allows for a single source partnership in coordinating complex filings such XBRL's and EDGAR compliant documentation. Advantages to these required filings are time and financial savings to the company.
Ashley Sansalone, President of Costas said, "These are further important steps Costas is taking in continuing to build on and execute the company's business plan and remain compliant with Regulatory Authorities."
About Costas, Inc.:
Costas, Inc. is a publicly traded company focused on investing in and incubating promising digital currency-based businesses and entrepreneurs by providing access to a global infrastructure of financial and legal professionals and investment groups. Costas identifies "Fintech" emerging companies that, with some incubation and professional experience, will become the next standard in banking, commercial trading and lending.
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