Accounting and Business Change for Finance Leaders

 

Designed for finance leaders at privately-held companies, FEI's Accounting and Business Change for Finance Leaders Conference will bring together accounting and financial reporting leaders for an in-depth exploration of the challenges and opportunities facing medium to large sized private companies.

Join us and discover how to embrace the changing accounting and business environment and how to optimize the opportunities that exist as a result. Learn about the latest accounting updates from experienced private company accounting specialists and obtain technical and practical insights on the new accounting standards such as revenue recognition and leases. Engage with private company executives and discuss dynamic business topics such as mergers and acquisitions, globalization, talent, and governance in a changing world. Our presenters will share their industry expertise, ensuring you’ll receive a comprehensive update on the issues and trends affecting you.

 

Speakers

Dr. Daniel Bachman

U.S. Economic Forecaster
Deloitte

Kevin Bogle

Principal, Accounting Advisory Services
KPMG

Meredith Canady

Partner
KPMG

Mark Davis

National Managing Partner
Deloitte Private Enterprises

C.J. Finn

Partner, Private Company Services
PwC

Dr. Sean S. Smith

Professor
City University of New York, Lehman College

Jon Spivey

Director
PwC

Sheri Wyatt

Partner
PwC

Credits

8.00 CPE
Basic

Method

group-live

Field

Accounting, Technical

Prerequisites

none

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