Quarterly Perspectives: Financial Reporting and Beyond / Q1 2022

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Q1 2022: Trailing effects of the COVID epidemic, A&A considerations in the current geopolitical environment and more.

DHG’s Q1 2022 installment of Quarterly Perspectives: Financial Reporting and Beyond, discussed current events and activities happening in the profession, including the topics below. Visit our webinar series site to find an upcoming date in the series or add your name to our Quarterly Perspectives invitation list.

Look Back (Busy Season Retrospective)
  • Lingering impacts of Covid-19 pandemic
  • Operational and personnel challenges
  • Relatively quiet from PCAOB as new board gets started
  • Significant SEC rulemaking proposals
  • Cyber incidents
Here and Now
  • Macroeconomic considerations
  • The economy and the closing process
  • Auditing considerations related to Ukraine
  • Select accounting standards for 2022
  • ASU 2020-06
Conversations You Should Be Hearing
  • Where we have been and where we are going as a profession
  • Greg Faucette, CPA, DHG Professional Practice Partner (Discussion Moderator)
  • Elizabeth Gantnier, CPA, CGMA, Partner, DHG Audit Innovation & Methodology
  • Dave Hinshaw, Former Managing Partner, Professional Standards Group and Director of SEC Services
CPE Information

Recommended CPE Credit

One hour of CPE (pending approval).

Delivery Format

Group Internet Based (each attendee must be logged in and answer the poll questions in order to receive CPE credit).

Who Should Attend

Accountants, board members and CFOs across industries.

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Program Content

Current events and activities happening in the profession applicable to both public and private entities.


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