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Blackstone Portfolio Company - Accounting update

Understanding new elements

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 2:00–3:30 PM ET

At a time when accounting and regulatory changes continue to evolve, it is important to learn about the current issues and assess the implications on your business. What are the latest developments and what might be important to consider?

Please join Deloitte’s Blackstone technical accounting team as we host our semiannual webcast on December 16, 2015 exclusively for Blackstone portfolio company CFOs, controllers, and other accounting and financial reporting personnel. We’ll discuss:

  • Highlights from the annual AICPA Conference
  • Updates on SEC comment letters
  • Accounting, standard setting, and reporting developments

This event may qualify you for 1.5 CPE credits

Please note all registered participants will receive a webcast link to participate in the webcast.

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Meet the Presenters

 

Abby May

Lead Portfolio
Company Director
 

 

Jeff Nickell

Lead Technical
Audit Partner
 

 

Sandie Kim

Partner
National Office Accounting Services 

 

Tony Goncalves

Director
SEC Services Group

 

Mike Berrigan

Audit Senior Manager

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