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Multi-Channel “Wonder Women” Luncheon

The 21st Multichannel News Wonder Women event is an awards luncheon honoring accomplished women from all multichannel media industries. The luncheon will occur on March 20, 2019 at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square.

This event acknowledges a group of extraordinary women in media for their commitment to enhancing the business, challenging the status quo and being an example for young female leadership. Multichannel News will honor 12 Wonder Women and 12 Women to Watch, whose ongoing contributions are emblematic of the vital roles they play in the media and entertainment industries.

Erin Scanlon,  Audit & Assurance partner and US Telecom, Media & Entertainment leader, will be honored as a ‘Woman to Watch’. Erin’s profile along with other honoree profiles can be found here: https://www.multichannel.com/news/women-to-watch

Attire is business casual. This event may qualify you for CPE credits.

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New York
Focus area(s): Multi-Channel “Wonder Women” Luncheon
When: March 20, 2019 | 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. ET
Venue: NY Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway l New York 10036

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Archived events

Technical updates on the FASB's CECL model

Implementing the Financial Accounting Standards Board's (FASB's) new Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) model is expected to have broad implications across a bank’s various organizational functions. As the effective date draws near, what are the latest technical updates discussed by the AICPA’s Depository Institutions Expert Panel (DIEP) and FASB's Credit Losses Transition Resource Group (TRG)? This webcast provides a summary of the issues discussed at the FASB's November 1 Credit Losses TRG meeting as well as an overview of issues being addressed outside of the Credit Losses TRG.

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Current expected credit losses (CECL) implementation insights webcast: Managing interdependencies

For the banking industry, the FASB’s CECL accounting standard is the most impactful accounting change in over a decade. The complexity of implementing the standard is compounded by the many interdependencies across various organizational functions, including governance, modeling, credit analysis, production, and financial reporting. Our webcast discusses these interdependencies and the importance of defining a targeted operating model (TOM) early, and with specificity, to provide the necessary framework for institutions to successfully implement CECL.

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Revenue recognition: The way forward

On May 8, 2017, Deloitte and Bloomberg BNA co-hosted an event to discuss insights about shifting to the new requirements for reporting and disclosing revenue. Senior corporate practitioners and standard-setters gathered in Washington, DC, to learn about what to focus on as the revenue recognition effective dates in 2018 rapidly approach. Read the executive summary and view videos from the conference.

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The CFO playbook on revenue recognition: Finance’s role in ensuring compliance and optimizing performance

Learn how the CFO can take the lead in establishing a roadmap for all areas of an organization affected by the new revenue recognition standard. Deloitte’s Eric Knachel joins a panel discussion on how the new rules for recognizing revenue impact not only the finance team but other areas of your organization that will require compliance with new rules for revenue recognition.

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