Ex-Andersen partners float consulting firm
A consulting group formed in the wake of the demise of Arthur Andersen has filed a $100m initial public offering.
Huron Consulting Group, a financial consulting firm, filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Founded just two years ago, Huron reported a net income of $2.1m and revenues of $40m in the first quarter of 2004, an increase on 2003.
Arthur Andersen went out of business after the collapse of energy giant Enron. Huron was founded by a group of Arthur Andersen partners.
The company has almost 600 employees spread across the United States including New York, Washington and Houston.