FASB Accounting Standard Updates – Key Standards Applicable to FIs in 2019 and Beyond
Staying at the forefront of the FASB’s upcoming accounting standards may feel overwhelming and challenging. There are three significant standards coming one after another that include revenue recognition, accounting for leases, followed up by credit losses on financial instruments. This webinar will focus on recognition and measurement, financial statement impact, and effective dates of these upcoming accounting standards.
Who Should Attend: Chief Financial Officer, VP of Finance and Accounting, Controller, Senior Financial Specialist, Compliance Officer, Auditor
- Develop an understanding of the purpose and scope of the accounting standard update
- Gain insight into recognition and measurement considerations
- Learn about the financial statement presentation and disclosures
- Understand the transition and effective dates
Moss Adams LLP
Theresa has been with Moss Adams since 2007. She provides audit and consulting services to financial institutions, including SEC reporting companies, ranging from de novo institutions to multi-billion dollar institutions. Her experience includes management of audit engagements, including attestations on the effectiveness of internal controls; statutory audits in compliance with state insurance divisions; loan and credit quality analysis and evaluation; and assistance, preparation, and review of SEC registration statements and periodic reports, including Forms S-11, Forms 10-K, and 10-Q.
Moss Adams LLP
Kevin has practiced public accounting since 2013. Throughout his tenure he’s performed audit, attestation and consulting services to various financial service type entities, ranging from mortgage lending agencies to SEC reporting banks. These services includes SOX 404, Ch .7 HUD compliance audits, attestation of internal controls over financial reporting, and BSA/AML compliance testing.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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