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Webcasts are archived for 180 days after the live broadcast. Webcasts archived in the last month can be accessed on this page. On-demand webcasts are available on their respective series pages. For a complete program schedule and topic information, view the Dbriefs Digest or the Webcast calendarCPE credit is not available for viewing On-demand webcasts. 

Financial wellness: A win-win for workforce and company

Financial concerns can negatively affect worker well-being. As part of a broad-based approach to worker well-being, some organizations are helping workers address their finances, financial decisions, and save for retirement, with positive impacts on productivity, engagement, and health. Participants will learn how companies are improving worker engagement, experience, and performance through focus on financial wellness and overall well-being.

Global Mobility, Talent, & Rewards
April 3
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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The Wayfair sales tax ruling: Implications for inbound companies

In the wake of the US Supreme Court's decision in Wayfair v. South Dakota (Wayfair) in June 2018, many states have now enacted sales and use tax economic nexus. What impact is this having on inbound companies, including Chinese companies, with remote seller transactions involving the sale of goods and services? Participants will explore unfolding implications of Wayfair beyond sales tax and how inbound companies may respond.
 

China Issues
April 3
12 p.m. ET | 16:00 GMT
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Tax reform: Lessons learned from the first US tax filing season

As the first tax filing season post-tax reform comes to a close, the government continues to provide new guidance. What major changes might impact investment management clients and investors?
Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the new tax rules and how they apply to investment products and investment managers.

Financial Services
Investment Management
April 2
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Operational risk management: Implementation, data, and analytics

Effective operational risk management, including predictive analytics, can increase C-suite visibility into enterprise risks and support more informed risk taking. Integrating program strategy, tools, smart data structures, and analytics into your framework can lead to a more forward-looking program, help operational risk managers identify emerging risk areas, and deliver value to senior stakeholders. Participants will learn ways to move from planning and conceptualization to implementation and insight.

Beyond learning: Talent, careers, and competitive edge amid disruption

As AI, robotics, and automation proliferate, the human element of organizations becomes more, not less, important. How can a continuous learning environment contribute to developing a digital-ready, future-facing workforce guided by exponential leadership capabilities? Participants will explore how continuous learning can help organizational leaders rethink the way they compose, develop, and incentivize the workforce in an era of technological disruption.

HR Executives
March 28
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Quarterly accounting roundup: Q1 2019 update on important developments

Do you know what issues the standard-setters and regulators have been addressing lately? We’ve been monitoring their projects and participants will gain a new understanding of these and other important accounting issues and developments for the quarter.

Financial Executives
Financial Reporting
March 27
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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The path forward: What’s next for your private company?

In an era of tax reform, evolving trade policies, and capital markets shifts, many private and mid-size company owners and executives are weighing their strategic, go-forward options. What are important factors to consider in the decision? Participants will learn about potential opportunities and hurdles associated with various types of strategic go-forward decisions.

Private Companies
March 26
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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IT diversity and inclusion done right: Repairing the talent pipeline

Gender diversity and inclusion initiatives can bring numerous, quantifiable benefits, but success can be challenging and require new ways of thinking, collaborating, leading, and networking. What are leading IT teams doing right, and what can others do to ensure progress? Participants will learn ways to repair and sustain the IT talent pipeline.

Technology Executives
March 26
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Financial accounting and reporting for income taxes: Important updates

What income tax accounting matters should you be thinking about in 2019? How will you address impacts of ongoing developments in the post-tax reform world? Participants will gain valuable insights on the latest developments and areas of complexity related to tax accounting.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia implements final transfer pricing bylaws

On February 15, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's (KSA's) General Authority of Zakat and Tax issued final transfer pricing bylaws. What are key elements of the final bylaws and potential impact on multinationals investing or operating in the KSA? Participants will gain new insights into the KSA's new transfer pricing bylaws and learn about important compliance considerations.

Tax Executives
Transfer Pricing
March 19
12 p.m. ET | 16: 00 GMT
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LIBOR transition: An industry update and recent lessons learned

With the financial transition targeted for 2021 drawing near, financial services organizations are moving quickly to prepare themselves for a post-LIBOR world. Moreover, regulators are increasing their scrutiny of organizations’ preparations and focus areas. Participants will gain new insights on the approaching transition away from LIBOR, how regulators are preparing, and some of the lessons learned as organizations make their own preparations.

Financial Services
Financial Services
March 19
2 p.m. ET | 18:00 GMT
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Evolution in China’s health care sector: Adapting to a new environment

As China’s population continues to age and costs rise, the country’s rapidly transforming health care sector has been a significant area of focus for many decision makers in the public and private sectors. What are the key dynamics to understand in assessing the current situation and future outlook? Participants will learn about the opportunities and challenges that are reshaping the health care market in China and beyond.
 

China Issues
March 14
11 a.m. ET | 15:00 GMT
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Forecasting and reporting in a digital world

Finance forecasting and reporting capabilities didn’t evolve significantly over the past 20 years. But that changed with digital transformation. How are finance executives using new tools to generate deeper insights and stronger data-driven outcomes, faster? Participants will learn practical steps to consider on their journey from more manual, tedious finance work to digital- and data-fueled forecasting and reporting.

Business archetypes in the future of health: Pick your path?

Today, health care is bounded by the walls surrounding health care providers, health plans, and life sciences companies. In the future, those walls —and silos—will come down, enabling organizations to focus on health and wellness, drive better outcomes, and reduce costs. Participants will explore business archetypes and learn new strategies to prepare for the future of health.
 

Industries
Life Sciences & Health Care
March 12
1 p.m. ET | 17:00 GMT
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Controller’s guide to the galaxy: Planning for ERP cloud implementation

The benefits of a new cloud-based ERP platform are often presented in technical terms. But for controllers, what does life really look like after implementation? Participants will gather insights into the complexities of ERP implementation to better navigate life in the cloud.

TMT outlook: A rapidly changing landscape keeps decision makers alert

Important trends are shaping the technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) industry. What developments should you anticipate for the remainder of 2019? Participants will gain insights into these and other important trends that may impact the TMT industry throughout 2019.

City and county corporate tax regimes: Are you keeping up?

More than 19,000 US municipalities and 3,000 US counties add significant nuances to already complex state tax compliance. What recent developments in certain jurisdictions might further complicate your company’s compliance? Participants will learn about recent developments in municipal and county taxation in certain states nationwide.

Tax Executives
Multistate Tax
March 6
2 p.m. ET | 19:00 GMT
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Reframing financial crime in the art market: A new picture emerges

The art trade has transformed from a handshake business into a global market. As art increasingly is treated as an alternative asset, consumers and some governments are demanding greater transparency and due diligence. Participants will learn how application of due diligence standards and methods can help mitigate art-related risks.

The CAT: Updated impacts, opportunities, and readiness approach

The Consolidated Audit Trail (CAT) represents a shift in how regulators will oversee the securities markets and trading activities. It will also greatly expand the scope of transaction reporting required by US broker-dealers. How can timely planning help broker-dealers seize broader strategic opportunities presented by CAT? Participants will learn about potential impacts, opportunities, and considerations for creating, implementing, and maintaining a CAT program.