The AICPA FVS Member Section continues its podcast series into 2010 with a message from Tom Hilton, Chair of the Forensic and Valuation Services Executive Committee. Tom joins us in the new year to review the successes and accomplishments of the FVS Section in 2009.
The AICPA FVS Member Section continues its podcast series of Chair messages this month as Robin Taylor and Jim Lloyd provide a recap of last month’s AICPA National BV Conference and Committee meetings and announce details of next year’s BV Conference in Washington, DC. Listen to Robin and Jim discuss upcoming events and resources available on the FVS web site. Details for next month’s BV Networking Group meeting and a new 4-part web seminar series covering the Cost of Capital are announced.
The AICPA FVS Member Section continues its podcast series of Chair messages with Patrice Schiano, Chair of the FLS Committee, and Bob Gray from Parente Beard to discuss highlights from this year’s AICPA National Forensic Conference. Bob and Patrice also discuss the new Creating an Niche Forensic Practice Web seminar series and special discounts available to FVS Section members.
The AICPA FVS Member Section continues its podcast series of Chair messages this month as Jim Lloyd and Robin Taylor provide updates on their Committees’ initiatives, highlight new resources available to FVS Section members, and bid farewell to exiting committee members that have devoted their time and expertise to each Committee for the past three years.
The AICPA FVS Member Section continues its podcast series of Chair messages with Patrice Schiano, Chair of the FLS Committee, and Michael Ueltzen, Chair of the CFF Credential Committee. Listen in as Patrice and Mike discuss the topic of CPA mobility and provide details about next month’s National Forensic Accounting Conference.
The AICPA’s Forensic and Valuation Services Section’s Inaugural BV Networking Group meeting was held on June 4th and 5th at the AICPA’s corporate headquarters in New York. Listen in as ABV Credential Committee members, Marie Ebersbacher and Joe Leauanae, discuss highlights from the meeting including practice management and technical topics, as well as plans for the next meeting.
This month, Patrice Schiano, Chair of the Forensic and Litigation Services Committee, welcomes Bob Gray from Parente Randolph and Sandra Johnigan from Johnigan, PC. Bob co-Chairs the AICPA National Forensic Accounting Conference Committee and will provide an update on this year’s National Forensic Accounting Conference. Sandra joins us to discuss the newly formed Ambassador Program that has been put together to support the FVS Section and CFF credential.
The AICPA FVS Member Section continues its podcast series of Chair messages this month as Jim Lloyd and Robin Taylor congratulate this year’s successful ABV Exam class and provide us with updates on current initiatives. Jim Lloyd provides details of the upcoming BV Networking Group meeting in New York, while Robin Taylor makes some conference announcements and provides information on the SSVS1 Inbox, a resource available to practitioners for answering questions on the AICPA’s valuation standards.
The CPA Straight Talk podcast series continues with another special edition FVS podcast from ABV and CFF credential holder Ron Seigneur of Seigneur Gustafson LLP in Lakewood Colorado. Listen in as Ron presents a recap of the Business Week Article: To Catch a Thief - Focusing on Safe Guarding Assets in a Distressed Economy.
The AICPA’s Forensic and Valuation Services Section is excited to join CPA Straight Talk and bring this special edition podcast as ABV and CFF credential holder Ron Seigneur of Seigneur Gustafson LLP in Lakewood Colorado is with us to present some brief insights and practice guidelines on engagement management tips for forensic and valuation service practitioners in today’s changing economy.