Join us on June 22 from 1-2:30 pm EDT (1.5 CPE) for a free webcast on: Private Co. Financial Reporting: Time for a New Approach? The webcast, co-sponsored by Grant Thornton and FEI, will provide an update on the Blue Ribbon Panel on Standard-Setting for Private Co's (which met most recently on May 14, next mtg is July 19, minutes have been posted for the April 12 meeting). The Blue Ribbon Panel was formed jointly this year by the Financial Accounting Foundation (which oversees FASB), the AICPA, and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).
Speakers on the webcast include GT partner John Hepp, who coauthored a white paper with Gary Illiano on this subject, Meredith Vogel, audit senior manager in GT's National Audit Support group and current FAF Staff fellow supporting the Blue Ribbon Panel, and FEI Committee on Private Company Standards (CPC-S) members George Beckwith (incoming vice-chair, CPC-S, and member of the FASB-AICPA Private Co. Financial Reporting Committee) and Andy Thrower (past chair, CPC-S, past member of FASAC, and member of FASB's Small Business Advisory Committee).
See more details about the webcast, and register here .
UPDATE: You will need to know this to register:
You will receive an email confirmation from LearnLive, GT's webcast platform provider, with instructions for attending the webcast.
If you need assistance registering please call LearnLive directly at 888.228.0988. If you have not previously attended a Grant Thornton Thinking webcast powered by LearnLive, follow these instructions:
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Choose "New Student Registration" to create your account.
Enter company pass code "grant" where prompted.
Locate the webcast in the catalog (Course 16954) and sign up.
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