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As you prepare and review your company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K and proxy statement this year, you will have to consider how to incorporate changes required by the SEC’s 2019 Disclosure Modernization and Simplification Final Rule and changes in the shareholder proposal and proxy processes. New and evolving disclosure questions including Brexit, LIBOR and cybersecurity will also be part of this year’s reporting process.
Join our SEC Institute workshop leaders Gary M. Brown of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP and George M. Wilson as they discuss these and other key issues to address in this year’s Form 10-K.
- Details of the changes to your Form 10-K required by the SEC’s Disclosure Modernization and Simplification Final Rule
- SEC staff focus areas for 2019 Form 10-Ks, including non-GAAP measures and MD&A
- Example disclosures in key areas such as known trends
- Getting cybersecurity disclosures, including business email compromise risks, right!
- What should you disclose about Brexit, LIBOR and other emerging risks?
- Dealing with the SEC’s new shareholder proposal process – navigating change
- Critical accounting estimates and their relationship to critical audit matters in the auditor’s report
- Accounting watch areas
- Fine tuning lease accounting and revenue recognition disclosures
- SAB 74 disclosures for current expected credit losses
- Other new accounting standards
- Recent enforcement actions
Program Level: Update
Intended Audience: Attorneys and accountants who deal with SEC reporting and disclosure and related accounting issues, including in-house counsel, outside attorneys, CFOs, controllers and their staff, internal auditors, partners of public accounting firms and their staff
Advanced Preparation: None