Is Financial Reporting Better or Worse than Ever?

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    https://www.cfany.org/pdf/5a4c117e458ee/3286/

    Your Contact Information
    Name
    Arthur Fliegelman
    Email
    fliegelman@usa.net
    Post Custom Field
    31086
    Event Details
    Event Title
    Is Financial Reporting Better or Worse than Ever?
    Event Start Date
    11/08/2018
    Start Time
    05:30 pm
    Event Duration
    2 Hours
    Interest Group / Series
    • Financial Reporting and Analysis

     

    Event Type
    Select Event Type
    Distinguished Investor Presentation
    Event Location
    Room Request
    2 Rooms (fits up to 120)
    Expected Attendees
    100+
    Livestream and/or Recorded Event?
    Yes
    Organizers
    Key Organizers
    Name Title/Firm OR Volunteer Title Email Phone
    Arthru Fliegelman Chair, FRAG fliegelman@usa.net 732-651-6697

     

    Communications Secretary & Content Secretary
    Communications Secretary
    Name Email
    Arthur Fliegelman fliegelman@usa.net

     

    Content Secretary
    Name Email
    Arthur Fliegelman fliegelman@usa.net

     

    Event Overview
    Keywords for Marketing
    financial reporting, SEC, FASB, accounting, history
    Description of Program
    Jack Ciesielski published The Analyst’s Accounting Observer over 26 years and engaged frequently with both standard setters and analysts over that span. His observations on how accounting and financial reporting have changed over the years should give you fresh ideas on how to assess the companies that you analyze. The program will discuss improvements in financial reporting over the year, and problems that still need to be addressed. Mr. Ciesielski has served on many financial reporting committees including for FASB and the CFA Institute.
    Learning Outcome Statements (LOS): 3-5 Bullet Points
    • Why financial reporting is better than it was 30 years ago
    • Where accounting still needs to improve
    • Areas on which investors should focus

     

    Speaker Details
    Number of Speakers Expected
    1-2
    Potential Speakers
    Select Type from drop-down. Add as needed.
    PM Level Asset Owner/ C- Level Buy Side Manager

     

    Important Note on Speakers
    POTENTIAL Speakers
    Name Title/Firm Email/Phone # of Employees AUM ($US B) URL to Bio Speaker Type Speaker Role
    Jack Ciesielski R. G. Associates jciesielski@accountingobserver.com Sell-Side Research Analyst/Trader/Investment Banker/Salesperson Keynote

     

    CONFIRMED Speakers
    Name Title/Firm Email/Phone # of Employees AUM ($US B) URL to Bio Speaker Type Speaker Role
    Jack Ciesielski R. G. Associates accountingobserver.com Sell-Side Research Analyst/Trader/Investment Banker/Salesperson Keynote

     

    Is the press permitted to register for this event?
    Yes
    Partners & Sponsors
    Potential Partners & Sponsors
    Partner/Sponsor Name Confirmed? Contact Person: Name/Title Email Who Has the Relationship? (May be N/A)
    Yes

     

    Terms & Conditions
    I have read the proposal Terms & Conditions and I understand the CFANY Code of Conduct. I agree to abide by the rules described above and understand that I may be removed as a volunteer, member or employee if I violate any of these rules.
    • I understand and agree.

     

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