Export or edit this event...

SEC Accounting Update

Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Rd.
Portland, OR 97221-9704, US (map)



Major changes are on the on the horizon for 2011. With the convergence of global accounting standards, companies will face significant changes with regards to revenue recognition, financial instrument accounting, and leases. Are you ready? Come join us for a timely update where you will learn about current SEC and FASB hot topics as well as an update from the AICPA/SEC conference.

Learn more about evolving guidance on fair value, asset impairments, and other current financial reporting topics. This technical update will feature Teresa Iannaconi, a senior technical partner at KPMG based in New York who serves in the SEC and Practice Advisory Group and is the Partner in Charge of KPMG’s Department of Professional Practice - Knowledge Sharing.

What You Will Learn? - Convergence and the impact on Revenue Recognition and Lease - Recent fair value reporting developments and other issues from the “credit crisis” and market condition - Recent SEC activities including guidance on recent comments, international financial reporting, non-GAAP financial measures and management’s discussion and analysis - FASB & EITF Update

Speaker: This session features Teresa Iannaconi, a senior technical partner at KPMG based in New York, who serves in the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Practice Advisory group and is the partner in charge of KPMG's Department of Professional Practice – Knowledge Sharing. Terry specializes in advising clients on significant reporting matters. She provides a broad range of support in connection with firm and client interactions with the SEC. As part of the SEC and Practice Advisory group, she also provides accounting technical support throughout KPMG.

Who Should Attend? CFO’s, Controllers, SEC reporting managers, Accounting Managers, Audit Committee members, and other executives who are seeking an update on current SEC/Accounting topics, as well as changes to the accounting and regulatory environment.

Cost to Attend: $35 TechAmerica Members $55 Nonmember Technology Companies $95 Other Nonmembers

To Register: TechAmerica Oregon, (503) 624-5715

Thank you KPMG LLP for sponsoring this event!