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31st Annual Accounting & Financial Reporting Symposium (Virtual)   

15

Estimated CPE
Tuition
$1,595.00
Approximate Length
15:00:00
Course Number
21-VC-209-EE
Course Leader
KPMG professionals
15

Estimated CPE
Tuition
$1,595.00
Approximate Length
15:00:00
Course Number
21-VC-209-EE
Course Leaders
KPMG professionals
Course Leader
KPMG professionals

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Register early and save! Use coupon code EARLY21SYMP by October 15 to save $100 off your registration.
Group discounts for 3 or more attendees and Alumni discounts are available. Please contact KPMG Executive Education at 201-505-6062 or us-kpmglearning@kpmg.com for further information.

Course Details

KPMG's 31st Annual Accounting & Financial Reporting Symposium is designed to help financial executives stay on top of important developments and get a glimpse of what's next.

The Symposium offers informative and interactive content to help advance attendees' understanding of important technical, regulatory, and compliance topics. Speakers include leading executives from the industry who will address recent technical pronouncements and guidance from the FASB and SEC.

This virtual Symposium will be offered November 17-19, 2021 from approximately 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST.

By purchasing this course, you will be enrolled into all three parts. This three-day event is eligible for up to 15 CPE credits.

Significant topics, issues, and trends will be covered, including:

  • Issues impacting financial executives
  • FASB and SEC current developments
  • Technical accounting updates
  • KPMG's thought leadership on noteworthy topics
  • Trending accounting and financial reporting topics and current updates.

At the end of the Symposium, participants will be able to discuss important financial and management issues that impact their areas of responsibility over the near term and for year-end reporting.

Registration deadline is Friday, November 12th.

Keywords: SEC, Accounting, Leases, Revenue Recognition, Financial Instruments, Managing Risk, Federal Tax Policy, CECL, Discontinued Operations, Business Combinations, Share Based Payments

Other Details

Special Notice/Instruction: Contact KPMG Executive Education to request a forwardable business case to send to your leadership team for approval to attend the Symposium.
NASBA Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of U.S. GAAP
Preparation: None
Level of Knowledge: Update
Field of Study: Accounting; Business Management & Organization; Tax
Delivery Method: Virtual Instructor Led Training
11/17 - 11/19/2021

KPMG's 31st Annual Accounting & Financial Reporting Symposium is designed to help financial executives stay on top of important developments and get a glimpse of what's next.

The Symposium offers informative and interactive content to help advance attendees' understanding of important technical, regulatory, and compliance topics. Speakers include leading executives from the industry who will address recent technical pronouncements and guidance from the FASB and SEC.

This virtual Symposium will be offered November 17-19, 2021 from approximately 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST.

By purchasing this course, you will be enrolled into all three parts. This three-day event is eligible for up to 15 CPE credits.

Significant topics, issues, and trends will be covered, including:

  • Issues impacting financial executives
  • FASB and SEC current developments
  • Technical accounting updates
  • KPMG's thought leadership on noteworthy topics
  • Trending accounting and financial reporting topics and current updates.

At the end of the Symposium, participants will be able to discuss important financial and management issues that impact their areas of responsibility over the near term and for year-end reporting.

Registration deadline is Friday, November 12th.

Keywords: SEC, Accounting, Leases, Revenue Recognition, Financial Instruments, Managing Risk, Federal Tax Policy, CECL, Discontinued Operations, Business Combinations, Share Based Payments

Special Notice/Instruction: Contact KPMG Executive Education to request a forwardable business case to send to your leadership team for approval to attend the Symposium.
NASBA Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of U.S. GAAP
Preparation: None
Level of Knowledge: Update
Field of Study: Accounting; Business Management & Organization; Tax
Delivery Method: Virtual Instructor Led Training
Dates


11/17 - 11/19/2021