30th Annual SEC and Financial Reporting Institute Conference

Sarah Woodman, Global events journalist
May 19, 2011 /

The 30th Annual Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Reporting Institute Conference will be held on Thursday, June 2, 2011 in The Langham Huntington Hotel, Pasadena, California.

The objective of  the Institute is to promote exchange between academicians, policy setters in the SEC and in the private sector, and business and accounting executives.
Some topics to be discussed in the conference are Current Developments at the SEC, Current Developments at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), Revenue Recognition and Leasing and Financial Instruments.
The Keynote Address Speaker will be Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Chairman James R. Doty.
Corporate financial officers, executives in financial institutions, owner/managers of smaller companies, Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), financial analysts, attorneys and people interested in SEC and
financial reporting issues are invited to join the event.
The SEC and Financial Reporting Institute was created by the School of Accounting in 1982. Its goal underlies each of the Institute’s main thrusts which are to sponsor conferences and meetings and to undertake research of interest to academicians, policy setters and business and accounting
leaders.
The Institute also hosts informal meetings and round tables between policy setters from the SEC and the private sector, as well as faculty students, and selected representatives from CPA firms and industry periodically.
The conference will be delivered in group live format overview. It as no pre-requisites and no advanced preparation required.  Its equivalent CPE credit is 8 Hours.
It is sponsored by the SEC and Financial Reporting Institute, te Leventhal School of Accounting and University of Southern California.

 

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