Earlier this year, LeaseQuery partnered with Encoursa to conduct a survey of 240 accountants, analyzing the obstacles faced before, during, and after their first audit post-lease accounting transition. The results proved the first audit under the new lease accounting rules brings both issues and insights to accountants, with half of public companies reporting additional effort was needed.
Join the LeaseQuery team as they dive into the data and details recently highlighted in their Post-Transition Lease Audit Playbook. The research shows that while audit complexities increase, the process is also yielding benefits for companies in terms of providing greater transparency for lease modification and uncovering critical cash flow in the wake of a global pandemic.
- Recognize key findings from LeaseQuery’s Post-Transition Audit Playbook
- Identify common audit complexities
- Recognize lease accounting transition and audit efficiencies
- Discover the value-add of software beyond compliance
- A basic understanding of audits, lease accounting
Who Should Attend
Accounting and finance professionals whose companies manage a medium-to-high volume of leases, along with CPAs who service clients with a similar volume of leases.
- Accounting Manager
Kiley Arnold is an Accounting Manager at LeaseQuery and a CPA, certified in the state of Georgia. She started her career as an auditor at Arthur Andersen. From there she moved into a Senior Accountant role and later served as an Assistant Controller in companies across multiple industries including healthcare, transportation, media, and manufacturing. In her most recent role, Kiley led the IFRS 16 implementation team for a global manufacturing company.
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Date & Time
Tuesday, August 25, 2020
1:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)
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