The Accounting and Auditing Institute for Employee Benefit Plans to stay up to date on the latest in reporting and disclosure requirements and best practices in your profession. This is the premier conference for those who audit employee benefit plans.
The program offers focused learning on the technical topics of greatest concern to the accounting and auditing profession. Learn best practices, interact with other professionals who face similar issues and fulfill your need for continuing professional education.
Understanding where the economy is and what might be coming down the road is key to your success in managing pension and health and welfare assets, managing your work and workers, and planning for the future. The current economic environment is complicated at best both in the U.S. markets and globally. This session will give you insights on key economic indicators and potential scenarios as government and regulators respond to economic activity.
A representative of the United States Department of Labor (DOL) has been invited to address topics, including:
This session will review the latest accounting and auditing topics, such as:
This session is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the key areas involved in benefit plan auditing, including:
This session will dive into the complexity of the new payroll auditing guidance with attention to the following:
Traditional valuation methods are not always appropriate for alternative and other hard-to-value assets. This session will address the following:
This session will provide an in-depth review of the lease standard with a focus on the following:
Employee benefit plans are not immune from becoming victims of a cybersecurity breach. This session will help you develop strategies to avoid a breach and plans to implement should you become a victim, including:
This session will help you understand fraud in the employee benefits industry, including:
This session will help working professionals develop the skills they need to become the next generation of leaders. Insights on the following will be discussed:
As a leader in your organization, it is beneficial to stay up to date on the state of the profession. This session will provide an opportunity to discuss the following key issues:
Round out the conference with a discussion on best practices in key areas of your profession including:
This session will focus on learning how to support members and workers when they are dealing with a mental health crisis. Topics include:
This session will feature a panel of professionals who will address topics submitted by the audience throughout the conference, plus a few additional topics of significance. It’s an opportunity to share stories and ideas as well as learn of successes and failures that highlight the importance of knowing your toolbelt—understanding the tools that are available, and how and when to utilize them.
"The Accounting and Auditing Institute is focused and provides much-needed education in a complicated industry."
Iann Jensen CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
The Institute is designed for internal and external accountants and auditors who serve employee benefit plans. Sessions will appeal to both new and seasoned practitioners.
Speakers for 2020 will be announced shortly. Please check back soon.
sessions at this program can qualify for CEBS Compliance credit. Visit www.cebs.org/compliance for
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