You’ll explore the latest alterations to the financial reporting environment, how to tackle ongoing disruptions caused by COVID-19, and techniques to combat prevalent cyber and fraud risks.
Transitioning business practices under the New federal administration. Sustainability, interpretive, and disruptive guidance for reporting. Demands for enhanced transparency and accelerated change in the reporting environment. Operational adjustments that impact internal control over financial reporting. Heightened cyber risk, fraud risk, quality control risks, and other environmental uncertainties.
Some knowledge of SEC and FASB developments.
CPAs and CGMAs based in the U.S. accounting and finance professionals. Auditors.
Identify and recall developments from the FASB, SEC, and PCAOB.
2009 AICPA Outstanding Discussion Leader Award winner!
Elizabeth Gantnier is an individual practitioner providing consulting and accounting services. Formally a Vice President, Finance for a publicly held manufacturing firm in Chesapeake Virginia, Ms. Gantnier spent ten years with KPMG Peat Marwick in the Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia offices where she was a statistical audit specialist, in-house professional development instructor, and EDP specialist. Additionally, she has been a nationally recognized CPA Review Instructor.
Ms. Gantnier has expertise with audits of governments and construction contractors, financial institutions, manufacturers and governmental/not-for-profit entities. She is a highly rated instructor on technical, management and personal development topics, and is also the author of the AICPA’s “Auditing in a Paperless Society”.
Non-Member Price $131.00
Member Price $109.00