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Virtualizing F&A: Ground Rules for Closing the Books from Anywhere | BlackLine

Presented by BlackLine and Financial Executives International
 1 CPE Credit Accounting

The ramifications of the current crisis will long outlast it, including how companies will close the books and where accounting staff who perform these tasks will be located. Join us as we explore how to redesign your accounting operating model so that it can securely function from anywhere, from period-end to audit.

After this webinar, you will be able to:
  1. Determine how to achieve a virtual close using five keys.
  2. Apply three methods that will empower your remote accounting team to operate virtually.
  3. Recognize ways to mitigate work-from-home (WFH) cybersecurity risks.
  4. Explain how to conduct a virtual audit.

Questions? Contact FEI's Professional Development Department at or 973.765.1029

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Molly Boyle

Finance Transformation Expert

Michael Shultz

Director of Finance Transformation


1.00 CPE




Accounting, Technical



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