FMN - February Session

When:  Feb 9, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (PT)

Cost: $40 (check made out to "IMA" or cash); pay at event
Food: Full breakfast and lunch included in the cost
Dress Code: Casual

Here are the February 2019 topics:

Next Generation Audit: Transformed by Advanced Technologies
Field of Study: Auditing
Reliable information has always been vital to decision making, as well as to investor confidence, in the business world. Executives leading these enterprises, as well as their auditors, must be prepared for an environment that is data-rich and technologically-enabled. Bill Tomazin, managing partner of the West Region and National Audit Solutions for KPMG LLP, observes how advanced technologies are transforming business as well as the audit process.

Business as Unusual: The Big AHA!
Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
Yes, it would be ideal to identify concrete actions that enterprises could take today in order to create, and to benefit from, tomorrow's opportunities. According to global futurist Jack Uldrich, a major transformation will be the accelerating rate of change itself. As the author of "Business as Unusual," Aldrich provides financial executives with his insights on how to prepare for an uncertain, as well as increasingly unpredictable, future.

The Future of Internal Controls over Financial Reporting
Field of Study: Auditing
An enterprise's ability to fulfill its financial reporting responsibilities often depends on the design and effectiveness of its safeguards, including its legally mandated internal controls over financial reporting. Our cameras were on hand at the recent FEI Current Financial Reporting Issues conference, where a panel of top-level auditors and financial executives assessed the impact of new technologies on the people and processes of ICFR.

Continued Uncertainty over Preparing Business Tax Returns
Field of Study: Taxes
Since the sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the IRS has provided regulatory guidance on how enterprises should reflect the new provisions on their 2018 business tax returns. Edward Zollars, a partner in Thomas, Zollars & Lynch, Ltd. and a discussion leader for the Loscalzo Institute, reports on which tax issues are causing continued concern and what information you may still be required to obtain.

 

Location

ConXtech, Inc. Headquarters
6701 Koll Center Pkwy
Suite 150
Pleasanton, CA 94566

Contact

Tricia Scalzo
(925) 400-3199
eastbaync@imachapter.org