The current financial crisis has had a profound effect on businesses throughout the world.  Many regulators and investors have identified the measurement and reporting of impaired assets as a significant contributor to the crisis.  What financial reporting risks do companies face as report and evaluate impairments?  We invite you to join author, lecturer, and EITF member Tony Sondhi for the first in our series of free webinars on the Financial Crisis and the implications for financial reporting and risk:

Next Webinar: TBD

In this introductory session we will provide an overview of key issues facing financial managers, investors, and regulators as the crisis continues to develop.  Key topics covered will include an overview of the:

  • Different financial reporting classifications of financial instruments,
  • Financial reporting requirements for those instruments, and
  • What you need to know in order to better understand the true exposure companies and investors have to impairment losses.

Webinar attendees will be eligible for 1 hour of NASBA approved CPE credit. To receive credit:

  1. Answer “Yes” to the question “Would you like to receive CPE credit for this webinar” at the bottom of the registration form.
  2. Tell us the state in which you hold your license.
  3. Attend the webcast for at least 50 minutes and respond to the three polling questions.
  4. Complete a NASBA required program and speaker evaluation

Recommended CPE Credits for this webcast: 1 hour; Preparation: None; Level of Knowledge: Intermediate; Field of Study: Accounting; Method of Delivery: Group Internet-based.

A.C. Sondhi & Associates, LLC strives to present current, accurate and enlightening information to its students.  Should it become necessary to cancel this webcast for any reason registered attendees will be notified by email with as much advance notice as possible.  For more information on administrative policies such as refunds and complaints please contact our offices at 727-797-1515.

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