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With a new year in energy ahead, what will be the key trends, signposts, and milestones to watch? Participants will learn about evolving drivers of the energy business and discover insights on the energy challenges, opportunities, and business environment for the year ahead.
Blockchain technology is on a path toward broad adoption, with proofs of concepts shifting toward production and leading organizations exploring use cases of increasing scope, scale, and complexity. Initial coin offerings and smart contracts are finding more applications and creating more diversity throughout the blockchain ecosystem. Participants will learn how companies are pushing beyond a lack of standardization and skills toward integration and coordination of multiple blockchains within a single value chain.
Tax reform is likely to include significant modifications to international provisions of the US Tax Code. What should US companies know? Participants will learn about how these provisions might impact their business and resulting tax planning considerations.
Worldwide political and regulatory upheavals, persistently low interest rates, and accelerating development of disruptive technologies are just a few of the major challenges facing insurers. Through it all, carriers remain focused on growing top-line sales while improving their bottom-line profits. Participants will learn what changes in operations and investments may be necessary to help insurers succeed and even thrive in an increasingly volatile ecosystem.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Finance announced a tax reform package on September 1, 2017, that would overhaul the income tax system beginning in the 2018 tax year. If reform is approved, the tax burden on foreign investors will be higher. Participants will hear the latest updates on Taiwan’s tax reform proposals, how changes may affect businesses, and how to prepare.
As the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act takes effect, organizations should understand potential material impacts on their financial statements. What are important considerations for your company’s tax accounts and disclosures? Participants will gain valuable insights on recording the financial statement impact of the new legislation in the period of enactment, modeling for disclosures, and documentation, along with other practical considerations to help prepare for reporting requirements and their financial statement audit.
In what will be the most significant tax policy change since 1986, Congress is expected to approve, and President Trump is expected to sign, comprehensive tax reform legislation that reduces rates and provides other tax relief for corporations, pass-through entities, and individuals. What should you know? In the first 90 minutes, participants will learn about changes to business and international taxation and how to prepare, while in the last 30-minutes they will explore individual taxpayer considerations under the new legislation.
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.
Government organizations are trying to balance increasing budgetary pressures, IT regulations, and legacy systems, while striving for Silicon Valley-like IT capabilities. No wonder more organizations are turning to cloud service providers (CSPs) and a range of cloud solutions to help meet their mission demands. Participants will learn about issues and opportunities they might face when deploying multi-cloud solutions.