Valuation & Forensic Accounting Conference

Nov. 13
8:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Penn State Great Valley Conference Center Bldg
Malvern - Map it

CPE Credits 
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PICPA Member: $349 | Nonmember: $449

CLE Credit Add-On: $50

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  • Benjamin A. Cohen, CPA, CFE, CFF

    What Does Effective Anti-Corruption Compliance Training Look Like?

    Training is one of the most essential elements of an anti-corruption compliance program. A suitable training and communication program enables organizations to disseminate its policies, reinforce business practices, and mitigate improper behavior. And not to be overlooked, regulators do consider the strength of an anti-corruption training program when evaluating declinations or deferred prosecution agreements.
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  • Steven Blum

    Is Your Whistleblower Policy Up to Snuff?

    An effective compliance program requires an effective whistleblower policy. And an effective whistleblower policy involves incentivizing people to report illegal or risky behavior.
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  • Corporate Tax Reform and Its Impact on Private Company Valuation

    The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act became law in December 2017, and now private companies and their investors must consider how the changes in tax law impact business valuations. Specifically, stakeholders should consider how the Tax Act impacts their projected cash flows and the inputs and assumptions that drive the estimation of enterprise value.
  • Forensic Accounting and Complex Commercial Litigation

    My partners and I were retained for a recent case that highlighted the value of tax and accounting expertise in litigation. We represented shareholders in a precious metals business who were embroiled in a difficult intrafamily dispute. The work illustrated a successful marriage of lawyers and accounting experts in a very complicated commercial case.

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