Silicon Valley Chapter
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
951 SanDisk Drive,
(Parking will be in front of Building 2. Enter parking lot off of Technology Drive.)
The national broadcast will begin at 9:15 Pacific.
The program will last 75 minutes, providing members an opportunity for
1.5 CPE credits.
The agenda for this meeting is as follows: (Pacific Times)
Dealing with Fair Value in a Transactional Context
New Global Revenue Recognition Standard
I. Panel Discussion on Dealing with Fair Value in a Transactional Context: Moderator:
Andrew S. Fargason – Managing Director, Stout Risius & Ross Panelists:
Jeff Brown – Vice President, Manager of SEC Reporting, State Street Corporation
Jenn Hildebrand – Vice President, SEC Reporting, State Street Corporation
Bob Herz – Former Chairman, FASB
Sean Quinn – Vice President, Global Controller, VistaPrint II. Panel Discussion on New Global Revenue Recognition Standard: What questions should we be asking? Moderator:
Bob Herz - Former Chairman, FASBPanelists:
Kenny Bement – Director, Financial Reporting and orporate Accounting, Raytheon Co.
Larry Flynn – Senior Director, Assistant Controller, Dunkin Brands Group, Inc.
Kristi Brown - Director of External Reporting, Green Mountain Coffee RoastersThe National Broadcast will be at 9:15 PT, 11:15 CT, 12:15 ET 1.5 CPE Credits available for those who participate in the national broadcast For more details on this agenda visit the SEC Professionals website: www.secprofessionals.org *****************************************************************
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