FEI's new 'Theory Meets Practice" Community of Interest, bringing together academics and practitioners, is being launched with a March 29 webcast featuring KPMG's Terri Iannaconi speaking on the topic of "Disclosure Overload and Complexity: Hidden in Plain Sight."
As described in the Theory Meets Practice Overview:
This community provides FEI academic and practitioner members the opportunity to interact in an open forum. FEI academic members will benefit by exposure to best practices in financial management, and FEI practitioner members will benefit by exposure to the latest practical academic research.
March 29 Webcast: Disclosure Overload & Complexity: Hidden in Plain Sight
The initial event for the Theory Meets Practice community of interest will be a webcast on March 29 featuring KPMG Partner Terry Iannaconi, sharing the results of the 2011 FERF publication, "Disclosure Overload and Complexity: Hidden in Plain Sight." Register for this free webcast.
If you are not currently an FEI member, take advantage of our current membership promotion:
Theory Meets Practice: Find Out More
Bill Sinnett, FEI's Senior Director of Research, is coordinating the Theory Meets Practice community of interest.
Read more about this group's Key Community Objectives and Community Activities in the Theory Meets Practice Overview.
For further information:
FEI members: EMAIL FEI: Yes! I am an FEI member, interested in joining the Theory Meets Practice Community of Interest.
Nonmembers: EMAIL FEI: I am not currently an FEI member, but I would like to receive further information about FEI's Theory Meets Practice Community of Interest
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