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Don’t limit yourself. Take your career to new heights!

2020 has brought unprecedented change which has revealed two choices for Banking & Finance professionals. Do nothing and wait to react retroactively thus wasting valuable time, resources and opportunities, or act proactively and lead the way forward.

With a focus on the latter, this year’s AICPA National Conference on Banks & Savings Institutions offers live streaming sessions, in real time, on a seamless platform built on 10 years of online conference expertise. With this best-in-class solution, attendees can expect to gain knowledge, CPE and networking experiences from the comfort of their home or office.

And now, as the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, for the first time ever the AICPA National Conference on Banks & Savings Institutions will also include a December update!

Questions such as:

  • What will year-end reporting look like this year?
  • What will be the various impairment considerations including securities, goodwill, intangibles, servicing assets?
  • What will be the impact on the allowances for both those who adopted CECL and those using the incurred loss model?
  • What will be the economic outlook for 2021?
  • What are internal control considerations?
  • What disclosures should be considered?

Join us online for 3 days in September and 1 day in December to arm yourself with answers to these questions and more! Go into year- end reporting with the confidence that you are well prepared. Additionally, September attendees will automatically receive access to the December update for a total of 25+ CPE for 2020 so you can stress less with the assurance you’ve met your requirements!

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Who Should Attend

Public practitioners with banks and savings institution clients

Preparers and auditors serving banks and savings institutions

CFOs, controllers and financial executives in institutions of all sizes

Regulators in government and industry

 

Pricing & Registration

Note: An access instruction email will be sent from “AICPA Conferences” AICPA_Conferences@e2.aicpa.org shortly after purchase completion. You may also receive personalized instructions from “AICPAConferences.com Support” support@digitellinc.com. Either email will have the appropriate information to get you into this conference. If you have questions, connect with us on live chat or call 888.777.7077 (9am-8pm ET Mon-Thurs, and to 6pm Fri)

Online conference

Save $100 through 8/31


AICPA Member: $1,645

Non-Member: $2,045

CGMA Credential Holders save $50

Online conference: 10 pack

Save $100 through 8/31


AICPA Member: $975

Non-Member: $1,375

CGMA Credential Holders save $50

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Does your organization qualify for group registration?

If 10 or more individuals register for a single conference (or fewer people attend multiple conferences to total 10 or more registrations), you qualify for our group conference program. Benefits include:

  • Significant savings
  • Invoicing before or after event
  • Guidance through the registration process

Please reach out to the person in your firm that coordinates conference registrations to ensure you qualify for the best group discount. If you don’t have a firm contact or don’t know who that is, you can get more information or register your group by contacting conference group sales at: groupconference@aicpa-cima.com.

If you would like to register 2-9 individuals for a conference or to learn more about group registrations, please contact the AICPA group sales team at groupconference@aicpa-cima.com or 800.634.6780, Option 2.

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