The New York State Society of CPAs's Foundation for Accounting Education will be hosting a conference where accountants can hear guidance from SEC, PCAOB and FASB officials.
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Speakers include FASB assistant director Cullen Walsh, PCAOB Division of Registration and Inspection director Helen Munter and FASB member Marc Siegel.
Topics on the agenda include PCAOB inspections, PCAOB disciplinary actions and investigtive programs, a regulatory update, a presentation from Susan Brooke of the Center for Audit Quality, a luncheon address from former SEC chief economist Craig Lewis, a presentation on recent developments at the SEC from Jeremy Simons of Ernst & Young, and a discussion by Microsot treasury controller Bob Laux on how the company is dealing with FASB's new revenue recognition standard.
The conference takes place on October 28 at the NYSSCPA's FAE Learning Center on Wall Street. For more information, visit www.nysscpa.org/public14.