Fair Value Measurements Workshop 


    The last few years have seen enormous changes in the way CPAs and financial professionals address the true value of a business.

    To help you stay on top of today’s challenges, the AICPA Fair Value Measurements Workshop offers a highly interactive workshop featuring state-of-the-art technical training and an authoritative framework for applying fair value accounting rules.

    This dynamic two-day session will provide a thorough overview of the conceptual issues facing fair value measurements along with current applicable case studies. Enjoy Q&A opportunities
    with the presenter, and take advantage of valuable interaction as you exchange ideas and network with other financial professionals.

    This is the one workshop where you’ll gain a practical, solutions-based perspective, and thorough understanding of how the fair value measurement standards operate and interrelate.

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    Who should attend this Conference? Senior financial executives of both public and private companies and their finance/accounting staff, as well as CPAs and other business valuation specialists.



    September 2012

    September 2011

    Past Speakers

    Mark Zyla, Managing Director, Acuitas, Inc., Atlanta, GA

    Mark is a Managing Director of Acuitas, Inc., an Atlanta-based valuation and litigation consultancy firm. He received a BBA in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Georgia State University. Mark also completed the Mergers and Acquisitions Program at the Aresty Institute of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and the Valuation Program at the Graduate School of Business at Harvard University. Mark frequently presents and writes on valuation issues.  He is the co-author of Fair Value Accounting: A Critical Skill for All CPAs, published by the AICPA. Mark is the co-author of Fair Value Measurements: Valuation Principles and Auditing Techniques published in 2009 by Tax Management, Inc., a division of the Bureau of National Affairs. He is also the author of Fair Value Measurements: Practical Guidance and Implementation published in 2010 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.



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