Deloitte Power & Utilities Fall Seminars
Accounting, financial reporting, tax, and valuation
November 29-30, 2016 | Chicago, IL
Power & Utilities Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Tax Update
November 29, 2016
At this one-day seminar, Deloitte’s energy specialists focus on industry technical accounting and tax issues to assist participants in preparing for calendar year-end accounting, reporting, and tax requirements. Participants may choose either an Accounting and Financial Reporting Update or a Tax Update.
The Accounting and Financial Reporting Update includes presentations by Deloitte specialists and industry thought leaders. This session will cover topics such as Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) developments and trends in SEC comment letters, recently issued and proposed accounting standards, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission accounting and reporting matters, and current tax developments. After attending this seminar, participants will be able to better interpret and apply accounting, financial reporting, and tax rules to current industry issues.
The Tax Update includes presentations by Deloitte specialists regarding federal income tax topics unique to the power and utility industry, regulatory reporting for income taxes, and other income tax and financial accounting for income tax subjects relevant to large corporations. This update will assist participants in applying recent and pending tax and accounting developments in their tax planning and rate filings.
Energy Transacting: A View on Accounting and Valuation
November 30, 2016
This one-day seminar is designed to provide participants with an update on the current energy transacting market, accounting, and valuation trends common in the power and utility industry. In addition, this seminar will provide updates on technical and operational matters relevant to accounting and valuation in the energy transacting space.
This seminar will combine several topics of interest for energy accounting and transacting professionals, including those charged with responsibilities over the finance, accounting and reporting, risk management, and compliance functions.
The seminar will be dedicated to industry issues and accounting and process requirements common to energy transacting activities. Participants will acquire knowledge on various topics including controls, process, and accounting impacts of changing environments. Participants will also receive updates on the accounting and financial reporting considerations associated with alternative energy transactions and evolutions in transaction structuring.
The afternoon session will focus on derivative considerations for energy contracts. Sessions will provide brief grounding on the basic criteria on accounting for derivatives, followed by advanced considerations, including best practices for the application of Normal Purchase Normal Sales, updates on valuation issues in evolving markets, and Day One accounting implications.