Webinar Details
Course Description

Staying informed about the latest updates and trends in technical accounting and financial reporting is imperative to ensuring your success and compliance. Our experts, Aleks Zabreyko and Mike Brandstetter will explore recent and expected changes in the U.S. GAAP guidance and emerging practice issues that may affect your finance and accounting departments as we move into the second half of the year.

Learning Objectives
  • Explore recent and upcoming accounting pronouncements.
  • Identify standards that become effective for 2024 and 2025 financial reporting.
  • Explore emerging issues across different technical accounting and reporting fields.
Prerequisites
  • None
Who Should Attend

Finance & Accounting Professionals

Advanced Preparation

None

Presenter Details
  • Mike Brandstetter
    • Partner, Technical Accounting

    Mike is a Partner in Connor Group’s Technical Accounting and IPO Services practice, providing assistance to clients with technical accounting issues and helping clients achieve IPO readiness. Mike has extensive experience with revenue recognition, business combinations, consolidation and variable interest entities, complex debt and equity arrangements, derivatives, goodwill and intangibles, inventory and related reserves, stock-based compensation, financial statement preparation and SEC Reporting. 

    Prior to working at Connor Group, Mike worked as an audit professional at PwC in San Jose, California and Singapore, for more than 11 years, most recently as a senior manager serving both public and private multi-national and small... Read more


  • Aleks Zabreyko
    • Managing Partner, Strategic Initiatives

    Aleks is a Partner and Strategic Markets Leader at Connor Group. Aleks has extensive hands-on US GAAP and IFRS experience advising clients and other Connor professionals in multiple technical areas, including revenue recognition, business acquisitions and dispositions, capital markets including IPO and cross-border transactions, stock compensation, inventories, complex financial instruments, SEC reporting and regulations; and various complex or unique transactions. 

    Aleks is a member of the FASB’s Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF), AICPA’s Digital Assets Working Group, as well as Financial Reporting Committee of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). He participates in providing industry feedback to the FASB and other... Read more

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Date & Time
Thursday, August 1, 2024

2:00 PM EDT (see additional timezones)

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