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Topping board and committee agendas in 2018 were topics such as culture, regulatory changes, board composition and diversity, corporate social purpose, and board compensation. Which of these issues and other topics may demand more attention from the board and committees in 2019? Participants will gain insight into topics expected to drive board and committee agendas in 2019.
China's top legislature recently voted to adopt amendments to the Individual Income Tax (IIT) Law, including raising the minimum threshold for personal comprehensive income tax exemption, new eligible expense deductions, defining residents and non-residents as different types of taxpayers, and stipulating new criteria for taxation of income. What should individuals and companies know to prepare for the coming tax changes? Participants will learn about China's IIT reform and what it means for taxpayers and withholding agents as the new provisions are implemented.
As blockchain use grows in scope, scale, and complexity, the need for standardized technologies, platforms, and skill sets grows more pressing. What steps can stakeholders take to promote standardization now rather than waiting passively for universal standards to emerge? Participants will learn what to expect as blockchain adoption advances and companies push beyond obstacles toward integrating and coordinating multiple blockchains.
The valuation of investments continues to be a focal point for fund managers, fund directors, and regulators alike. What procedures should be in place for proper oversight of the valuation process? Participants will hear about results of Deloitte's 16th Annual Fair Valuation Pricing Survey and learn how their valuation processes compare with other firms’.
As robotics, cognitive tools, and artificial intelligence systems grow in sophistication, many jobs are being reinvented, creating the augmented workforce. The tax department is no different, and the tax workforce of the future will be very different than today’s. Participants will learn how this trend is gathering speed and forcing tax departments to reconsider how they design jobs, organize work, and plan for future growth.
‘Tis the season to be jolly and prepared for a retail boom. What could the 2018 holiday shopping season hold, and what strategies can retailers employ to thrive against a range of competitors? Participants will explore the results of Deloitte’s 33rd annual holiday survey for insights on consumers that can set the stage for profitable growth.
Finance executives today have good reason to understand cloud technology, and not just because of what it means for finance. Any cloud decision made elsewhere across the enterprise could have aftershocks affecting the balance sheet, operating model, business processes, and workforce. Participants will learn why finance executives should be taking time now to evaluate cloud technology and its implications, both in finance and across the broader business.
Patients are increasingly owning their health and becoming power players in the health care ecosystem. How can the life sciences and health care industry support this shift from sick care to health care? Participants will learn about strategies health care stakeholders can use to empower consumers to own their health, drive value, and improve outcomes.
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)? Participants will learn about the latest CECL technical developments and possible adjustments to consider for their implementation plans.
Private company owners and executives can benefit from reassessing their financial, tax, and overall wealth planning goals at year-end. What recent developments should you consider? Participants will explore considerations for effective tax planning for year-end 2018 and going into 2019.
Digital is expected to play an increasing role in delivering on the grocery experience in the coming years. How can consumer products goods (CPG) companies and their retailer partners effectively leverage the opportunity? Participants will explore findings of Deloitte’s The grocery digital divide report, discuss ways CPG and retail companies are collaborating, and learn how those alliances are enhancing customer experience regardless of channel and path to purchase.
Instead of launching separate, domain-specific initiatives, forward-thinking technology executives focus on how multiple disruptive forces can work together and with foundational core systems to drive digital transformation. Which trends are likely to help your organization? Participants will see a preview of Deloitte’s 10th annual Technology Trends report to learn about the newly emerging technologies and their potentially disruptive power.
Changes relating to the new revenue standard, income tax reform, the new lease standard, and other developments made 2018 a blockbuster year for financial reporting. It is critical that SEC registrants provide insights to investors about these changes through relevant and transparent disclosure. Participants will gain insights on the potential impacts of new and existing regulatory interpretations and requirements on their organizations.