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Speeches from the annual AICPA conference are now available

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Dec 07, 2016

The 2016 AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments is being held in Washington, D.C., from December 5 to 7. The conference features speeches by — as well as panel discussions and question-and-answer sessions with — members of the SEC, PCAOB, FASB, IASB, and professionals from various industries.

Prepared remarks by the following speakers are now available:

SEC

  • Wesley R. Bricker, chief accountant, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Jonathan Wiggins, associate chief accountant, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Julie A. Erhardt, deputy chief accountant, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Marc Panucci, deputy chief accountant, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Jenifer Minke-Girard, assistant deputy chief accountant, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Sylvia E. Alicea, professional accounting fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Sean May, professional accounting fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Brian Staniszewski, professional accounting fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Jennifer L. Todling, professional accounting fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant.
  • Ruth Uejio, professional accounting fellow, Office of the Chief Accountant.

FASB

PCAOB

CAQ

IASB

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