Next/Prepare: Professional Education Conference for CFOs and Controllers
What is the next issue challenging you?
Attend this conference and prepare yourself.
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The Riley Center, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Seven speakers, seven compelling topics. Presentations include: financial modeling in a high growth environment; approaches to managing rising healthcare insurance costs; maximizing value when selecting technology; changes in financial reporting standards; and using enterprise risk management frameworks in corporate transformation.
Eight hours continuing professional education credit for CPAs. Fee includes digital materials, lunch and free parking.
- Financial Forecasting: How CFOs Turn Historical Numbers into Insight and Action, Philip Campbell, CPA
- The CFO and Accelerating Growth: Leadership at TopGolf, William Davenport, TopGolf
- ASC 606 – New Revenue Recognition Standard, Matt White and Tripp Smitham, Ernst & Young LLP
- Negotiation Skills, Bob Greer, Neeley School of Business, TCU
- Enterprise Transformation: Managing Risk in a Time of Change, Bill Hannah and Marie Castro, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP
- Use of Captive Insurance Risk Management Vehicles, Carolyn Sams, Champion Commercial Insurance
- Maximizing the Benefit of IT Investments, Gary Tonniges, TriQuest Technologies, Inc
- $225 TSCPA members (any Chapter), members of FEI and non CPAs
- $275 nonmember CPAs
Register for the conference:
- Online registration is closed. Call us to reserve your seat. 817-335-5055.
- This conference will also be webcast; click here to see details and to register. Fee for webcast is $225 members/$275 nonmembers. No FEI member discount is available.
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Learning Objectives: After attending this event, you will be able to
- Envision financial forecasts that unlock benefit for you and your company.
- Implement revised revenue recognition standards at your enterprise.
- Apply financial forecasting techniques for sustainable growth.
- Adapt goals for accelerating growth in your industry.
- Prepare for situations requiring skills in negotiations.
- Design internal controls to mitigate enterprise risk.
- Evaluate a captive insurance program for your company.
- Calculate the cost of acquiring new technology.
Instructional Method: Group Live
Prerequisites/Advance Preparation: no advance preparation is necessary.
Hours and fields of study: Eight hours CPE credit. Fields of study: accounting; finance; communications and marketing; management services; information technology. Seven of eight hours are technical; one hour (communications and marketing) is nontechnical.
Location: Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, The street address is 1701 W. Boyce, Fort Worth, Texas 76115.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-335-5055
Details about Fort Worth Chapter's CPE policies and authority to offer credit at this link.