12/5/2012 9:00 AM -
Union League Club - NYC
“Year End Accounting & Tax Update | by Deloitte & Touche”
Deloitte & Touche will again be sponsoring this popular event as they lead the discussion on the rapidly changing accounting and financial reporting landscape. The discussion will be led by three senior managers and will include the following topics:
Private company update
IFRS Regulatory update
Chris Chiriatti is an audit senior manager in the Accounting Consultation Group in Deloitte & Touche LLP’s National Office. Chris primarily consults on matters related to revenue recognition, business combinations, accounting for long lived assets and income taxes.
Ana Zelic and Elsye Putri are audit senior managers in the Accounting Standards and Communications group in Deloitte & Touche LLP’s National Office. Ana’s areas of specialization include the accounting for financial instruments and fair value measurements. Elsye’s primary areas of focus include business combinations, consolidations, SEC matters, and leases & real estate. In their roles, Ana and Elsye monitor the activities of the various accounting standard-setting organizations, write internal and external publications, and update Deloitte guidance.
The Union League Club (Library-2nd Floor), 38 East 37th Street (Cross Street-Park Ave), New York, NY 10016
This session qualifies for 3 credits
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
FEI Members: Complimentary
Qualified FEI Potential Member Guests: Complimentary (Contact Andrew to register)
All Non-members & Guests: $20.00
Dress Code: Traditional business attire, jacket and tie for gentlemen and equally formal attire for ladies, is required by the Union League.
For any further information contact:
Andrew Chase, NYC Chapter Administrator
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Instructional method: live
Recommended CPE Credits: 3.00
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: none
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