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Speeches at AICPA's annual SEC and PCAOB conference

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11 Dec 2007

The American Institute of CPAs is holding its 35th Annual National Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments in Washington on 10-12 December 2007, simulcast in five other cities, including London.

Various representatives from the SEC, PCAOB, AICPA, FASB and other groups are speaking at the conference. The conference is quite popular among SEC registrants and their auditors because the SEC and PCAOB representatives provide insights on important issues for calendar year-end reporting. Here are links to some of the presentations at the conference.

Speeches at AICPA's 35th Annual SEC and PCAOB Conference:

Posted 7 January 2008

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Posted 27 December

Posted 21 December

  • Julie A. Erhardt, Deputy Chief Accountant, Office of the Chief Accountant (PDF 53k). Ms Erhardt presented her reactions to some of the points made in some of the approximately 80 comment letters the Commission has received on its Concept Release on the possible use of IFRSs by US issuers to prepare their financial statements for purposes of filings with the Commission.

Posted 16 December

Posted 15 December

Posted 14 December

  • Conrad W. Hewitt, Chief Accountant (PDF 46k). Mr Hewitt commented on: (1) adopting release concerning the elimination of the reconciliation to US GAAP for IFRS as issued by the IASB, and the concept release to allow US companies the option to switch from US GAAP to IFRS, (2) the Advisory Committee on Improvements to Financial Reporting (CIFiR), (3) Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL), and (4) a number of other projects of the Office of Chief Accountant.

Posted 12 December

Posted 11 December

 

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