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Accounting Materiality: In Fraud or in Fair Weather

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Recorded on: Nov. 20, 2015

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello My name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I would like to welcome you to today's briefing, Accounting Materiality in Fraud or in Fair Weather. Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to materials for this briefing via the Course Materials tab ...

Financial Statements in Practice

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Recorded on: Oct. 13, 2015

PETER L. ZANOLIN: So good morning, everybody. Welcome to financial statements in practice. Once again, I'm Pete Zanolin. I'm one of the co-chairs. And I'm very happy to be chairing this panel-- especially because, having not practiced this before I really got to a big four accounting firm, I kind of know what it's like to look at a financial statement and just see all those numbers and just think, there's no way I'm ever going to figure out what this ...

The Language of Business: Accounting Fundamentals and Financial Statements

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Recorded on: Oct. 13, 2015

CHRISTOPHER J. LALLO: So with that, I'll introduce our three panelists. So to my immediate left is Donna Deye. Donna is the executive vice president and chief financial officer of Totes Isotoner Corporation. Totes Isotoner Corporation, as most of you know, is the leading designer/distributor of high-quality, branded accessory products, with divisions in France, the UK, Asia, and Canada. With all the rain that you had here in the Northeast last week, ...

Notes to the Financial Statements: The Rest of the Story

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

LAWRENCE M. CIRELLI: So we are right at the appointed hour, so why don't we go ahead and start in. We apparently have lost Curtis, momentarily. And there was one more question on cash flows, which I was going to ask him. And here he comes. But while he's walking up let me go ahead and introduce the next topic. The next topic, as I mentioned earlier, is notes to the financial statement. And with us to cover that topic is Tim Sherman. Tim is with a ...

Insight from the Statement of Cash Flows

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

LARRY CIRELLI: --to know about accounting. We're going to start the morning with a discussion of the statement of cash flows, the third of the four main types of financial statements. So you get it in a financial statement packet that we talked about yesterday. Yesterday, we already covered the income statement and the balance sheet. And we covered in part the statement of stockholders' equity. After we talk about the statement of cash flows, we're ...

Anatomy of the Balance Sheet

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

LAWRENCE M. CIRELLI: At the very beginning, how many accountants were in the room? And other than us up here, there was one. But let me ask, how many people have any accounting background, took an accounting class in college, have taken a CEB class since, have some basic accounting background? You don't count-- a few. The reason I ask that question is over the course of doing this for 20 plus years, one of the things that I have found that is difficult ...

Regulatory Trends, Fraud, and Other Issues on the Horizon

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

SPEAKER 1: All right, so we're right at the appointed hour. Why don't we go ahead and get started on the last topic of the day, which, again, is regulatory trends, fraud, and other issues on the horizon. And Curtis is going to introduce our next speaker. CURTIS BURR: Good afternoon, I'm really pleased to be able to introduce a friend, Lesley Hand. If I were to read his entire CV and his accomplishments and this background, we could make sure we got ...

GAAP and IFRS, the Accounting Cycle, and GAAS – Why They Are Important

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

CURTIS BURR: Thank you, Larry. I'm very pleased today to have my colleague Sharon Selleck, who's a CPA at my firm Burr, Pilger, & Mayer. In fact, she's the director of quality assurance in our firm. And what that basically means is she's responsible for all of the work around the quality of our public and private companies and the work we do on audited financial statements. And that includes 35 public reporting companies. So she has a pretty ...

Physiology of the Income Statement

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

LARRY CIRELLI: We go ahead and get started. The next session is the income statement. And Curtis will introduce our speakers in a moment, one of which is Terry Lloyd, who I mentioned I would raise the issue of capitalizing patents with. But since the person who had the question isn't back from lunch yet, we'll save that for later. Because since we are live webcasted, we need to make sure that we stay on time. So with that, Curtis, do you want to introduce ...

Effective Use of Financial Experts

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Recorded on: Jul. 17, 2015

LAWRENCE CIRELLI: Welcome back for the afternoon portion of our program. We're shifting gears a little bit, and so the next speaker-- Now we have a better understanding of financials, hopefully. The topic this afternoon is on the effective use of financial experts. And that-- And the presentation will-- our speaker will be Marcy Priedeman, who's an associate with the San Francisco office of Latham and Watkins. Miss Priedeman's practice focuses on ...

Financial Reporting Developments: What Audit Committees Need to Know

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Recorded on: Jun. 24, 2015

CATHERINE BROMILOW: Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome back from lunch. We have a number of developments to address in our financial reporting panel. So one of the things, as moderator, I'm really happy about is that four of the people on my panel, Jim, Linda, Don, and Joe, you already know. And I don't even have to introduce them. But let me spend a few minutes. welcoming Glen Davison. Glen is a national partner with KPMG's Department of Professional ...

IFRS and Other Accounting Matters

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Recorded on: Jun. 1, 2015

PAUL M. DUDEK: --at the IFRS. Let me do quick introductions. Next to David is Mary Tokar, who is a member of the International Accounting Standards Board in London. Really thrilled that she's traveled to participate in this program. She was here last year. We really thank her for coming and participating. She helps make IFRS what it is. Before joining the ISB, she was with KPMG, and spent a lot of time at the SEC in the Officer the Chief Accountant, ...

Key Factors Shaping Financial Reporting

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2015

RAJ TANDEN: Our first program this morning is Key Factors Shaping Financial Reporting where our panels will cover objectives and financial reporting. Overview of financial and regulatory agencies-- FASB, AICPA, SEC, and the PCAOB. Where we are now in terms of accounting and regulatory updates. The role interplay between attorneys, accountants, and regulators, and off balance sheet structures. I'm curious myself about Repo 105. We have speaking today ...

A Detailed Look at Financial Statements

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2015

JARED THEAR: Hello, everyone. My name is Jared Thear. I'm here to introduce our next panelist, which will be myself and a partner of mine at Deloitte. Her name is Sally Ann Flood. She has over 20 years of experience in auditing, and she primarily focuses on the real estate practice. She leads our west coast real estate team here in the San Francisco and Bay area, and she'll be starting the panel, and I'll be wrapping it up. So Sally Ann-- SALLY ANN ...

Legal and Accounting Perspectives on Financial Improprieties, Reporting Irregularities and Fraud

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Recorded on: May. 11, 2015

JARED THEAR: OK. We're ready to get started again. Thanks, everyone, for making it back from lunch. I know we'll probably have a couple folks trickle in here and there. Next session is going to be on legal and accounting perspectives on financial improprieties, reporting irregularities, and fraud. And we've got two great panelists for us here. Cathy Connolly, who has 20 years of experience. She's currently at StoneTurn working on forensic accounting, ...

A Detailed Examination of Financial Statements and Financial Ratios

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2015

CHAD RUCKER: What I want to do initially is I want to introduce each of the panel members that will be on the panel with me today. To my right is Carol Stacy. Carol is a director with the SEC Institute and is responsible for conducting seminars on various reporting and financial accounting topics. She created the SEC Institute's programs IFRS conference Today's Landscape, Tomorrow's Challenges and accounting for business combinations. Carol was the ...

Financial Statements in Legal Practice

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Recorded on: Apr. 22, 2015

CHAD RUCKER: Thank you, everyone. Once again, I'm Chad Rucker. I'm a managing director at Evaluation Research Corporation. I focus on providing fairness and solvency opinions with a real strong emphasis on providing fairness and solvency opinions to private equity firms and their portfolio companies. Let me introduce you to the people on panel two. A really, really good panel of people here on panel two. First, we have Ann Makich. Ann's a partner ...

Accounting and Auditing: A Must for Lawyers in 2015

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Recorded on: Feb. 3, 2015

SPEAKER 1: OK, we'll go ahead and get started with our next panel, which is on accounting and auditing topics. I'm pleased to welcome back to this year's PLI John White, who's a partner in Cravath's corporate department and serves as chair of our corporate governance and board advisory practice. From 2006 to 2008, John served as director of the Division of Corporation Finance at the SEC. During his 25 years-- over 25 years, John-- as a partner at ...

Accounting and Financial Reporting Developments and Priorities

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Recorded on: Dec. 8, 2014

MARY J. MULLANY: OK, thank you everyone and welcome back. We're going to get started even as folks come back in from lunch. I'd like to kick off this panel on the 2014 accounting and auditing update by introducing Chris Bruner to you. Chris is the managing partner of Ernst Young's Philadelphia office, and in that capacity, devotes his time to the Philadelphia market with a focus on strategic planning and resource alignment, which we were just talking ...

Simplifying the World of Complex Financings 2014

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Recorded on: Nov. 26, 2014

AMY TAUB: Thank you. Hello, my name is Amy Taub, and I'm a program attorney with PLI. I'd like to welcome you to today's briefing, "Simplifying the World of Complex Financings." Before we begin, I have some administrative announcements. This briefing will be one hour in length. Please feel free to send questions at any time during the briefing. Please remember that you have access to materials for this briefing via the Course Materials ...

Hot Topics for Dealing with Long Term Lease Structures, Audits and Credit Support

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Recorded on: Nov. 10, 2014

JOHN B WOOD: Cool. OK. Let's move to the next one. Same panel, this is really good. Hot topics for dealing with long term lease structures, audits, and credit support. Well, we've done a lot on credit support. The first one is FASB 13, which can go quickly. Because remember, I gave you a hint that the Financial Accounting Standards Board said, investors really need to know what the true liabilities are of the companies they are investing in. So at ...

SEC's Conflict Minerals Rules: What We Learned from 2013 and What Happens Next

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Recorded on: Nov. 7, 2014

SPEAKER 1: It is now my pleasure to turn this briefing over to Michael Littenberg. MICHAEL R. LITTENBERG: Thank you very much, Amy. It's a pleasure to be here with everybody today. And I would also like to thank Chris and Bev them for inviting me to be on today's program with them so I'm very excited to be doing this. Chris and I have spoken on many other programs in the past. So it's always a pleasure to work him, and of course to work with Bev ...

Legal and Accounting Perspectives on Financial Improprieties, Reporting Irregularities and Fraud

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Recorded on: Oct. 16, 2014

JIM AGAR: Welcome back. Again, my name is Jim Agar. I'm a director at PwC and a co-chair of the Pocket MBA Conference. Our next segment is legal and accounting perspectives on financial improprieties, reporting irregularities, and fraud. And I'm pleased to introduce our panelists. First Matthew Shelhorse, Matt is a partner at PwC's forensic services practice. He's a colleague of mine. Here in New York, he has 22 years of forensic accounting and ...

Economic Judgments and the Reality of Financial Statements

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Recorded on: Oct. 16, 2014

DANA MCFERRAN: My name is Dana McFerran. I'm one of the other co-chairs of the program. And I'm pleased to join you all on the second half of our day today. To start off the next section, we will have economic judgments and the reality of financial statements. This program will run from 1:00 to 2:15, and then we will have another networking break at 2:15. But just wanted to introduce you to our panelists. To my immediate left is Chad Kokenge. He ...

A Detailed Look at Financial Statements

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Recorded on: Oct. 16, 2014

EWA KNAPIK: Welcome to our second session, second panel, a detailed look at financial statements. We have three panelists, I'm very pleased to make the announcements. They are all my colleagues. They are from PwC, from forensic practice of PwC in New York. To my left, Sandra Maria Parrado. She has over 18 years of experience in providing advisory services. She's a partner in PwC forensic services practice, with a focus on investigations of fraud ...


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