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AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments
Dec. 9–Dec. 11, 2019
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Marriott Marquis, Washington, DC
| Live online
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Standards setters, regulators and seasoned professionals are here to help you master the intricacies of financial reporting.

No other event provides such a comprehensive review of the year’s biggest accounting, auditing and regulatory developments, and a preview of what to expect in the immediate future.

The AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments offers preparers, auditors, regulators, decision-makers and financial authorities the unrivaled opportunity to share their experience and connect with your peers. Go beyond what you can read in the news — gain an understanding of these developments by hearing insights from the officials who developed the standards.

You and your team will fit right in.

Listen. Learn. Share.

Insights you won’t receive anywhere else:

  • Expert analyses of recent changes in standards
  • Clarifications of complicated regulatory issues directly from standard setters and regulators
  • Review of new technology affecting the profession
  • Discussions of regulatory agendas, priorities and their rule-making processes

Sessions you can’t miss:

  • The Future of the Economy
  • PCAOB Keynote: A Discussion With the PCAOB Board
  • Beyond the Financial Statements: The Use of and Risks Around Sustainability Information
  • Emerging Technologies for Preparers and Auditors
  • Financial Reporting Matters Faced by Registrants
  • Updates From the SEC, PCAOB, FASB and IASB

Who will be here:

  • Representatives from regulatory and standard-setting bodies
  • Industry leaders
  • CPAs representing SEC-registered companies
  • Auditors
  • Audit committee members
  • Key stakeholders

4 ways to attend:

  • On-site at our new location — the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
  • Simulcast in New York
  • Live webcast online
  • Time-delay online (Ideal for Pacific Time business hours)
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Attendance options
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments
Dec 09-Dec 11, 2019

On-site: Immersed in the energy
Step away from your desk, and join us in Washington, DC. Youíll interact directly with thought leaders and have the advantage of dedicated networking time with your professional community. (24 CPE credits).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,695.00
Nonmember: $2,095.00
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments - New York
Dec 09-Dec 11, 2019

On-site: Immersed in the energy
Step away from your desk, and join us in New York, NY. You’ll interact directly with thought leaders and have the advantage of dedicated networking time with your professional community. The event based in New York City is a simulcast of the Washington D.C. sessions. (24 CPE credits).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,695.00
Nonmember: $2,095.00
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments Online
Dec 09-Dec 11, 2019

Online: When travel isnít your preference
Sessions will be streamed live, in real time, direct to your computer or mobile device. Youíll have access to audio and video sessions, remote networking through polls and chat rooms, and handouts and slides, just as if you were there on-site. (24 CPE credits).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,695.00
Nonmember: $2,095.00
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments Online - West Coast
Dec 09-Dec 11, 2019

Sessions will be streamed on a 3 hour delay for those in the PST timezone, direct to your computer or mobile device. Youíll have access to audio and video sessions, remote networking through polls and chat rooms, and handouts and slides, just as if you were there on-site. (24 CPE credits).

Pricing:
Full Registration Rate
AICPA member: $1,695.00
Nonmember: $2,095.00
Agenda
MONDAY, December 9
7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Registration

7:00 AM - 8:30 AM

Continental Breakfast

8:30 AM - 8:40 AM

Welcome and Announcements

Speaker:  Jon Guthart, Partner, KPMG LLP | New York, NY

8:40 AM - 9:05 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1901. AICPA Welcome and Update
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: .5

Speaker:  Tracey Golden, CPA, CGMA, Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP | Stamford, CT


Learn from AICPA leadership about ways the CPA profession is adapting to meet the changing needs of the marketplace and discover AICPA initiatives that support CPAs as they address those emerging needs.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognize changing needs in the CPA Profession
  • Identify resources that support changing needs

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

9:05 AM - 9:30 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1902. Center for Audit Quality Update
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: .5

Speaker:  Julie Bell Lindsay, Executive Director, Center for Audit Quality | Washington, DC


Learn about the Center for Audit Quality's advocacy efforts, research initiatives, and resources that support public company audit quality.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognize advocacy efforts, research initiatives that support public company audit quality
  • Identify resources that support public company audit quality

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

9:30 AM - 10:45 AM

General Session

SEC1903. Keynote - A Conversation with the SEC Chairman and Chief Accountant and OCA Policy Initiatives
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1.5

Moderator:

Julie Bell Lindsay, Executive Director, Center for Audit Quality | Washington, DC

Speakers:

Jay Clayton, J.D., Chairman, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Sagar Teotia, CPA, Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Marc Panucci, CPA, Deputy Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Jonathan Wiggins, CPA, Senior Associate Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;

Discover the SEC’s current activities and future plans related to public company financial reporting and obtain accounting and auditing policy updates from OCA leadership.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify the SEC's current activities affecting the CPA Profession
  • Understand the implication of SEC policy updates

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

10:45 AM - 11:05 AM

Networking Break

10:55 AM - 11:45 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1904. Office of Chief Accountant (OCA) Current Projects
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Speakers:

Lauren Alexander, CPA, Professional Accounting Fellow, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Erin Bennett, CPA, Professional Accounting Fellow, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Louis Collins, CPA, Professional Accounting Fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Jamie Davis, CPA, Professional Accounting Fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Vassilios Karapanos, CPA, Associate Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Susan Mercier, CPA, Professional Accounting Fellow, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Nipa Patel, CPA, Professional Accounting Fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Aaron Shaw, CPA, Accounting Fellow, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC


Obtain an update on current accounting and reporting issues being addressed by SEC Professional Accounting Fellows.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify current accounting and reporting issues being addressed by SEC

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

11:55 AM - 12:45 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1905. PCAOB Keynote: Discussion with the Board
Field(s) of Study: Auditing
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Panel Moderator:

Julie Bell Lindsay, Executive Director, Center for Audit Quality | Washington, DC;

Panelists:

William Duhnke III, Chairman, PCAOB;
J. Robert Brown, Jr., Board Member, PCAOB | Washington, DC;
Duane DesParte, CPA, Board Member, PCAOB | Washington, DC;
Rebekah Jurata, Board Member, PCAOB | Washington, DC;
James Kaiser, CPA, Board Member, PCAOB | Washington, DC


Join Julie Bell Lindsay and the entire PCOAB Board in a discussion about the Board’s Strategic Plan and its efforts to improve audit quality and enhance transparency.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify the efforts of the PCAOB to improve audit quality
  • Understand the measures being taken to enhance transparency

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

12:45 AM - 1:45 PM

Luncheon

1:45 PM - 2:10 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1906. IASB Update
Field(s) of Study:Accounting
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: .5

Speaker:

Sue Lloyd, IASB Vice-Chair, International Accounting Standards Board | London

Description coming soon.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

2:10 PM - 325 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1907. SEC Enforcement Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting, Auditing, Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1.5

Panelists:

Matt Jacques, CPA, Chief Accountant - Enforcement Division, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Peter Rosario, Supervisory Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Justin Sutherland, CPA, Senior Enforcement Accountantt, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Tonya Tullis, CPA, Senior Enforcement Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Jamie Wohlert, CPA, CFF, Enforcement Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC


Hear an update from a panel of SEC Accountants on the recent Financial Fraud and Issuer Disclosure enforcement actions and activities within the SEC's Division of Enforcement.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand recent SEC Enforcement activity, including the underlying accounting issues within certain matters.
  • Learn about the focus of the SEC Enforcement Division, specific to accounting and disclosure matters.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

3:25 PM - 3:45 PM

Networking Break

3:45 PM - 4:35 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1908. Comment Letter Panel
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Timothy Brown, Jr., CPA, Partner, KPMG LLP | New York, NY

Panelists:

Brian Lane, J.D., Partner, Gibson,Dunn & Crutcher LLP | Washington, DC
Mara Ransome, J.D., Office Chief, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Joel Parker, CPA, Office Chief, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC


This panel will provide valuable insights into the SEC comment letter process, including common areas of focus and recent trends, to help you prepare for the year-end reporting season. The panel will discuss most frequent areas of SEC staff comments including comments issued on the new revenue standard. The panel will also discuss emerging areas of focus for the upcoming year that registrants should pay close attention to when preparing their year-end disclosures. The panel includes both current and former members of the SEC staff members who will also share best practices and tips to better tackle SEC comment letters.

Learning Objectives:

  • Gain an understanding of the SEC comment letter process
  • Learn about recent SEC staff focus areas including comments on the new revenue and leasing standard
  • Identify emerging focus areas for 2019
  • Learn best practices and tips for working with the SEC staff

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

4:35 PM - 5:25 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1909. End of Day One Q&A
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Liz Gantnier, CPA, Partner, DHG | Charlotte, NC

Panelists:

Marc Panucci, CPA, Deputy Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Sagar Teotia, CPA, Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC


Learn from some of the day's speakers as they address audience questions related to public company accounting and auditing.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

5:25 PM - 7:00 PM

Networking Reception

TUESDAY, December 10
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Registration

7:30 AM - 8:30 AM

Continental Breakfast

8:30 AM - 9:20 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1910. Keynote: Economic Forecast 2020: Big Election, No Recession
Field(s) of Study: Economics
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1

Speaker:

Marci Rossell, Ph.D. (Economics), Former CNBC Chief Economist

Learn about recent activities in the Division of Corporation Finance that impact accounting and reporting for the 2017 year-end filings. Discover which issues addressed during the filing review process may require careful consideration in the year ahead.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

9:20 AM - 9:45 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1911. FASB Chair Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: .5

Speaker:

Russell Golden, CPA, Chairman, FASB | Norwalk, CT

Discover FASB leadership's current activities and future projects affecting public company accounting and auditing.

Prerequisites: None.
Advanced Prep: None

9:45 AM - 10:35 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1912. FASB Accounting Standard Setting Update
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Speakers:

Susan Cosper, Board Member & Chairman of the EITF, FASB | Norwalk, CT;
Shayne Kuhaneck, Acting Technical Director, FASB | Norwalk, CT


Obtain an update on the major projects on the FASB’s agenda. Learn about implementation activities related to new standards. Discover which key projects are on the horizon.

Prerequisites: None.
Advanced Prep: None

10:35 AM - 10:55 AM

Networking Break

10:55 AM - 12:10 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1913. Developments in the Division of Corporation Finance
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1.5

Moderator:

Steven Jacobs, CPA, Partner, Ernst & Young | Washington, DC

Panelists:

William Hinman, Director, Corporation Finance U.S. SEC;
Kyle Moffatt, CPA, Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Patrick Gilmore, CPA, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Lindsay McCord, CPA, Corporation Finance Deputy Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC;
Craig Olinger, CPA, Senior Advisor to the Chief Accountant, U.S. SEC | Washington, DC


Learn about recent activities in the Division of Corporation Finance that impact accounting and reporting for the 2017 year end filings. Discover which issues addressed during the filing review process may require careful consideration in the year ahead.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

12:10 AM - 1:20 PM

Luncheon

1:20 PM - 2:35 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1914. Current Accounting and Reporting Issues Faced by Registrants
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Moderator:

Terry Spidell, CPA, CAO & Corporate Controller | San Jose, CA

Panelists:

Heather Dixon, CPA, Senior Vice President, Global Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, Walgreens Boots Alliance | Deerfield, IL;
Angela Newell, CPA, CGMA, National Assurance Partner, BDO USA, LLP | Dallas, TX;
Laura Phillips, CPA, VP, Global Controller & CAO, Covetrus, Inc | Portland, ME


This session addresses current accounting nd reporting issues and challenges faced by registrants. Both pre-implementation and post-implementation matters will be covered by a representative panel of registrants.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify current accounting and reporting issues
  • Compare approaches to accounting and reporting issues from various representative registrantss

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

2:35 PM - 3:25 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1915. The Auditor’s Reporting Model: Critical Audit Matters
Field(s) of Study: Auditing
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Dennis McGowan, Technical Director of Professional Practice, CAQ | Washington, DC

Panelists:

Josh Jones, CPA, Partner, Ernst & Young, LLP | Washington, DC;
Barbara Vanich, Associate Chief Auditor, PCAOB | Washington, DC


In 2017, the PCAOB and SEC approved PCAOB Auditing Standard 3101, which substantially revised the auditor’s reporting model. The most significant change was the requirement for auditors to include critical audit matters in the auditor’s report. This requirement was effective for audits of large accelerated filers for fiscal years ending on or after June 30, 2019. This panel will explore the new requirements and have panelists share experiences preparing for and implementing the new requirements.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

3:25 PM - 3:45 PM

Networking Break

3:45 PM - 4:35 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1916. Engaging the Audit Committee: Leading Practices in a Significant Period of Disruption
Field(s) of Study: Auditing
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Amy Rojik, CPA, National Assurance Partner, BDO USA, LLP | Boston, MA

Panelists:

Phillip Phillip, CPA, National Assurance Managing Parter - Auditing, BDO USA, LLP | Chicago, IL;
Candace Duncan, Director, Discover Financial | Washington, DC;
Marlene Timberlake


Audit committees play a key role in financial reporting. Engagement of audit committees with management, auditors and regulators can have a significant impact on audit quality and the quality of the company’s financial reporting. This becomes increasingly important in the current regulatory environment that is seeing unprecedented, significant changes in auditing, accounting and reporting standards. Coupled with changing needs related to skills and expertise in emerging areas, can challenge even the most seasoned audit committee members. An important driver to audit committee effectiveness is the quality of the committee’s information and communication with both management and the auditors, as well as with regulators. This panel will discuss leading practices that members of management and auditors can utilize to drive audit committee effectiveness.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the leading practices to drive effective communications with audit committees
  • Gain a clearer distinction of the audit committee’s role in the oversight of financial reporting and disclosures
  • Note increasing areas of focus for audit committees, management and auditors with respect to significant accounting and auditing standards

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of accounting and auditing
Advanced Prep: None

4:34 PM - 5:50 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1917. Blockchain and Accounting and Auditing Aspects of Digital Assets
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Jay Schulman, Principal, RSM US LLP | Chicago, IL

Panelists:

Robert Materazzi, Customer Success Leader, Lukka, Inc | New York, NY;
Caroline Pham, J.D., Deputy Head of Global Regulatory Affairs, Citigroup | New York, NY;
Matthew Schell, CPA, Partner, Crowe LLP | Washington, DC;
Amy Steele, CPA, Partner, Deloitte | New Canaan, CT


Blockchain is an emerging technology that still in its infancy but its use and applications are growing exponentially. However, many questions exist about how the profession will manage the changes that blockchain will bring. To answer some of these questions, the AICPA has formed the Digital Asset Working Group with the objective of developing guidance for preparers and auditors that will help navigate the challenges associated with accounting for and auditing digital assets. This panel will address some of the considerations that the working group has focused on as it develops guidance. Beyond digital assets, the panel will also explore how blockchain technology is currently being explored or deployed by some companies; and discuss the potential impact on financial reporting for companies and auditors.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify accounting and auditing considerations for digital assets
  • Recognize the potential risks with implementing and/or operating on a blockchain
  • Identify key areas of risk for auditing blockchain systems

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of accounting and auditing
Advanced Prep: None

WEDNESDAY, December 12
7:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Registration

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Continental Breakfast

8:00 AM - 8:05 AM

Morning Announcements

Speaker:  Jon Guthart, Partner, KPMG LLP | New York, NY

8:05 AM - 8:30 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1918. PCAOB Auditing Standard Setting Update
Field(s) of Study: Auditing
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: .5

Speaker:

Megan Zietsman

Obtain an update on PCAOB's auditing standard-setting process.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

8:30 AM - 9:20 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1919. PCAOB Registration, Inspection and Enforcement Updates
Field(s) of Study: Auditing
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Speakers:

Mark Adler, JD, Acting Director and Chief Trial Counsel, Division of Enforcement and Investigations, PCAOB | Washington, DC;
George Botic, Director, PCAOB | Washington, DC


Learn about PCAOB's recent inspection observations, registration issues and enforcement actions impacting audit firms and their clients.

Prerequisites: None.
Advanced Prep: None

9:20 AM - 10:10 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1920. CFO Panel
Field(s) of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Knowledge Level: Intermediate | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Kendra Decker, CPA, Partner, Grant Thornton | Washington, DC

Panelists:

Michael Wallace

Session provides insight into current issues at top of mind for a Chief Financial Officer of a public company.

Learning objectives:

  • Recognize impacts of market conditions and economic factors on business strategy
  • Gain insight from lessons learned in merger, acquisition and other transaction activity

Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of accounting and auditing
Advanced Prep: None

10:10 AM - 10:30 AM

Networking Break

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1921.Beyond the Financial Statements – Exploring Investor, Preparer and Other Perspectives
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1.5

Moderator:

Kristen Sullivan, CPA, Partner, Deloitte | Stamford, CT

Panelists:

Merilee Buckley, Controller, Etsy | Brooklyn, NY;
Matthew DiGuiseppe, Head of Americas Asset Stewardship, State Street Global Advisors | Boston, MA;
Bob Laux, CGMA, North American Lead, International Integrated Reporting Council | Seattle, WA;
Elisse Walter, J.D., Director, SASB and Occidental Petroleum | Bethesda, MD


This panel will highlight the growing demand for information beyond the financial statements by investors. The panel will explore the uptake and current state of sustainability and integrated reporting, opportunities for that reporting to evolve, and the value of assurance in promoting high-quality, decision-useful performance disclosure. The panel will also provide insight into the practical reporting and disclosure considerations from a preparer’s perspective.

Learning objectives:

  • Describe the current state of and growing demand for information beyond the financial statements
  • Describe preparer considerations regarding reporting beyond the financial statements
  • Describe the role and uptake of external assurance on reporting beyond the financial statements

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

11:45 PM - 1:00 PM

Luncheon

1:00 PM - 1:50 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1922. Financial Reporting and the Earnings Release Process
Field(s) of Study: Accounting
Knowledge Level: Overview | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Greg Wright, CPA, Vice President, Technical Controller, Comcast Corporation | Philadelphia, PA

Panelists:

William McDowell, CPA, Vice President - Investor Relations, Cigna | Philadelphia, PA;
Chris Spahr, CPA, Analyst - Equity Research, Wells Fargo | New York, NY;
Scott Winters


Listen to a discussion on the earnings release process including investor perspectives on current financial reporting topics. The panel will include preparer representatives from controllership and investor relations functions, and the investor community.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand perspectives on the earnings release process from different companies and the investor community
  • Identify best practices for use in company reporting processes

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

1:50 PM - 2:40 PM

GENERAL SESSION

SEC1923. Data and Analytics in the Financial Reporting Process and the Audit
Field(s) of Study: Auditing
Knowledge Level: Update | CPE: 1

Moderator:

Mary Grace Davenport, CPA, Partner, PwC | New York, NY

Panelist:

Ed Wilkens, CPA, Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP | Nashville, TN;
Ethan Rojhani, Partner, Grant Thornton LLP | Denver, CO


As organizations increasingly rely on advancements in technology, they have opportunities to collect more data to support decision making and improve financial reporting processes. Further, auditors are increasingly able to develop enhanced auditing techniques using data and analytics. This panel will cover how companies and auditors are incorporating a data driven approach into their processes.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the use of data to support decision making and improve financial reporting processes.
  • Identify the use of data analytics in developing enhanced auditing techniques.

Prerequisites: None
Advanced Prep: None

2:55 PM

Conference Concludes

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PRICING SUMMARY
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments (In person)
$1,695.00–$2,095.00
$2,095.00
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments - New York (In person)
$1,695.00–$2,095.00
$2,095.00
AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments Online (Online Conference)
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CREDIT INFO
CPE credits
Conference
: 24.0,
Online Conference
: 24.0
NASBA Field of Study
Accounting and Auditing
Level
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Prerequisites
None
ADVANCE PREPARATION
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