Annual conference will preview what accounting and audit practitioners can expect for 2021
NEW YORK (November 19, 2020) – This December, standard setters, regulators and seasoned accounting and audit professionals will gather virtually for the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) annual Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments.
The highly anticipated three-day virtual event is designed for preparers, auditors, regulators, decision-makers and financial authorities eager to gain insight on the latest accounting and reporting issues affecting SEC registrants and their auditors.
- Barry Melancon, CPA, CGMA, President and CEO, AICPA
- William Duhnke III, J.D., Chairman, PCAOB
- Richard Jones, CPA, Chairman, FASB
- Sagar Teotia, CPA, Chief Accountant U.S. SEC
- Barbara Vanich, CPA, Deputy Chief Auditor, PCAOB
- Leslie Seidman, CPA, Director, Moody’s Corp, General Electric
AICPA experts are available for insights on how the profession is driving the economic recovery, accounting core services innovation and technology, and the evolution of accounting professionals’ skills and the CPA license:
- Sue Coffey, CPA, CGMA, AICPA Executive Vice President - Public Practice
Updates on the latest on accounting standards:
- Dan Noll, CPA, AICPA Director Accounting Standards
- December 7-9, 2020
- Resilience Beyond Recovery: Reimagining Accounting in Extraordinary Times
- Current Accounting Challenges Driven by the COVID-19 Environment
- Forecasting and Impairment in Times of Uncertainty
- Focus on Fraud During COVID-19
- Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Reporting Updates for Digital Assets
Media representatives who would like to speak with an AICPA expert and/or virtually attend the conference may contact Jackie Hyland at email@example.com for press credentials.
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE: Current information about speakers and conference topics, including the full agenda may be found here.
NEW - Later start now available
The early sessions will be replayed at the end of the same day to accommodate schedules across times zones. The session(s) that will be broadcast the first hour of each day, will be replayed live.