At the end of 2020, LeaseQuery and Encoursa conducted a survey of 400 accounting and financial executives on the lease impacts from COVID-19. We found that 31% are reducing their overall real estate footprint now, and another 22% expect their lease portfolio will be smaller next year. Cost optimization, flexibility, and liquidity are now the key goals driving companies’ plans to right-size and renegotiate their real estate and leasing footprint in 2021. Join the LeaseQuery team as they explore the data and details from the recent report The COVID-19 Lease Impact Report: How Companies are Navigating Lease Accounting’s New Normal.
- Understand key findings from LeaseQuery’s COVID-19 Lease Impact Report
- Explore options for cost optimization in lease accounting
- Recognize how to unlock flexibility and liquidity for the changing business footprint
- Discover the transparency and insights offered by improved lease accounting
- 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.
- Communications Manager
Shannon Matthews is the marketing communications manager at LeaseQuery. Prior to LeaseQuery, Shannon has several years of experience in the B2B software industry including medical, ERP, CRM, supply chain, marketing, retail and accounting. She has spent the last decade of her career in marketing and public relations, working closely with subject matter experts to better understand the technology and industries she writes about. Shannon has a B.A. in communications with a focus in public relations from Kennesaw State University.
- 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, January 26, 2021
1:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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