Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was first passed in 2002 in an effort to protect the public from accounting errors and fraudulent practices, and to make organizations more accountable to the accuracy of their financial reporting. 17 years later, finance/accounting practices, available technology, as well as the requirements themselves have all evolved. Join us as we learn about the state of Sarbanes-Oxley today as it pertains to internal controls, audit and financial/accounting professionals as well as their organizations.
- Understand the current state of the SOX environment.
- Recognize how the current SOX environment impacts your organization.
- Observe key highlights from the 2018 SOX report.
- None required.
Who Should Attend
CFOs, Financial Controllers, Accounting Managers and other CPAs interested in internal controls.
- Head of Sales and Customer Success
Nancy Wu has spent most of her career working in consulting and auditing various accounting departments’ financial close processes for public and private organizations ($200 Million to $4 Billion).
Her published work around leveraging user behavior to design internal controls is archived in the Cornell University Library. Ms. Wu is also the author of a whitepaper that discusses management standards around the balance sheet reconciliation process. She is the subject matter expert on an award-winning webinar program that draws hundreds of sign-ups each month on topics ranging from internal controls over financial reporting, to month-end close infrastructure, to Finance tone at the top.
Ms. Wu currently leads sales... Read more
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Date & Time
Wednesday, April 10, 2019
11:00 AM EDT
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|Delivery method:||Group Internet Based|
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