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Colorado Society of CPAs 2012 SEC and PCAOB Conference


The Colorado Society of CPAs is offering a year-end way to earn CPE credit with its 2012 SEC and PCAOB Conference.

Sessions include updates on SEC and PCAOB activity and a panel discussion on the JOBS Act. Speakers include Mark B. West of the PCAOB, Matt Burley of Deloitte, Scott Taub of Financial Reporting Advisors, Jim Penillas of Baird Group, Reid Godbolt of Jones & Keller, and Jim Brendel of Hein Associates.

The conference takes place on December 18 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. A webcast is also available. For more information, visit


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