|Who should attend this Conference? Mid-to-senior level executives in finance, business and industry, and public accounting as well as attorneys, consultants and finance professionals who want to learn more about the practical ways to deal with international business issues, including those who practice international tax.
Director, Communicating Across Cultures, Westminster, MD
Mr. Storti is a nationally known figure in the field of intercultural communications and cross-cultural adaptation and the author of several standard works, including Culture Matters, a cross-cultural workbook used by the U. S. government in over 90 countries. Mr. Storti has over twenty years of experience training businessmen and women, diplomats, civil servants, and foreign aid workers in understanding and working effectively with people from other cultures and diverse backgrounds. As a trainer and consultant, Mr. Storti has advised Fortune 500 companies on international joint ventures and expat/repat issues, led cross-cultural workshops for international agencies and organizations on four continents, and assisted numerous corporations and government agencies to better manage global teams and a multicultural workforce.
Retired Vice Chairman of International Accounting Standards Board, Chartered Accountant (England), Professor of Accounting, Lubin School, Pace University, New York, NY, USA
Tom Jones is the Former Vice Chairman of the International Accounting Standards Board, from it’s founding in 2001 until 2009 and continues to act as an advisory to the Trustees of the International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation. Mr. Jones is now Professor of Accounting at the Lubin School of Business, Pace University and director of Pace University's Center for the Study of International Accounting Standards.