The Connor Group and LeaseQuery come together in this 4-part series to provide a comprehensive training program on lease accounting. This third session will explore advanced concepts, including accounting for lease modifications and remeasurements, lease terminations, lease disclosures, and reporting requirements.
- Understand the accounting for lease modifications and remeasurements
- Recognize how to evaluate and record lease terminations
- Identify reporting requirements for lease disclosures
- A basic/intermediate understanding of ASC 842
Who Should Attend
Accounting and finance professionals who are responsible for lease accounting.
If you are joining partway through this series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the links to view the recordings of sessions 1 & 2.
- Accounting Manager
David Buchanan is an Accounting Manager at LeaseQuery. Prior to joining LeaseQuery, David worked in the audit practice at Ernst & Young across several industries including insurance, healthcare, biomedical, and manufacturing. David received his Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from California State University Northridge and Master’s degree in Accounting from the University of Tennessee.
- Connor Group
Dom is a Partner in Connor Group’s Technical Accounting Practice. He provides guidance and leads client service engagements on a variety of technical accounting issues including leasing, debt and equity financing transactions, and new accounting standard implementation. He is the leader of Connor Group's thought leadership and client service roll-out around the new leasing standard (ASC 842). Dom is also a member of the FASB Small Business Advisory Committee and develops and presents training classes externally, internally, and at accounting conferences.
Formerly, Dom worked as a technical accounting consultant in the Accounting Services Group of PwC’s National Office, consulting with clients on a variety of technical accounting is... Read more
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