New Developments in SEC
XBRL Reporting
1.0 CPE Credits Available

The critical nature and pace of developments in SEC structured data (XBRL) reporting have intensified; plus the use of XBRL data is more widespread and increasingly sophisticated.

Join us for this complimentary webinar to learn how the SEC, investors and XBRL US are all actively responding to the changing environment.

New Developments in SEC XBRL Reporting
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
1 PM Eastern / 12 PM Central / 10 AM Pacific


Presenters

Joe Luczka is a Director with KPMG and is involved in developing and delivering XBRL-related activities at KPMG. He currently leads teams of professionals advising clients on their implementation of XBRL and the testing of XBRL instance documents.

Mike Willis is a CPA and retired PwC partner with over 33 years of public company reporting and audit experience. He is currently the Assistant Director of the Office of Structured Disclosure at the SEC with responsibility to leading the design and implementation of technological processes and tools to support the data needs of the Commission.

Lou Rohman has provided XBRL Leadership and subject matter expertise to a wide range of organizations. He is currently a member of both the FASB's US-GAAP Taxonomy Advisory Group and the IASB's IFRS Taxonomy Consultative Group. He has also been an active participant on the US-GAAP taxonomy project team of XBRL US.

Emil Efthimides is global regulatory monitor for Bloomberg’s company financials product which encompasses the financial statements of public and private companies worldwide. In his 22-year career at Bloomberg he has managed the European equity research team and the quality control team for equity fundamental data. He holds an MBA - Finance from Fordham Univ. and the CFA designation.


The learning objectives for this event include:
  • Learn from the SEC about current XBRL efforts and initiatives
  • Discover how investors and the SEC are using XBRL data
  • Learn how all public companies will be impacted by new XBRL quality rules
  • Determine what’s new and critical for proper SEC XBRL reporting
Event Details

Registration: Free
Advance preparation: None
Who should attend: External Reporting, CFO, Controller, Securities Attorneys, Corporate Legal
Prerequisites: Basic SEC Disclosure Knowledge
Program level: Basic
Delivery method: Group Internet
Recommended CPE credit: 1.0 in Accounting field of study

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