GAAP, Regulatory, and IFRS: How Secondary Ledgers Solve Financial Reporting Compliance Headaches
Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Eastern
Recent unparalleled changes in financial reporting requirements have transformed the way companies account for mergers and acquisitions, financial instruments, pensions, and other key accounting transaction and balance types through SEC regulations, new GAAP pronouncements, and adoption of IFRS. For many, this means core financial reporting has been relegated to manual spreadsheet reconciliations, transformations, and consolidations. Learn how this has all changed with the introduction of secondary ledgers in R12.
Learning Objectives: After completion of this program you will be able to:
Objective 1: Demonstrate the basic mechanics of using secondary ledgers.
Objective 2: Explain the uses of the four types of secondary ledgers for addressing GAAP, IFRS and regulatory reporting requirements.
Objective 3: Calculate the cost savings from using secondary ledgers to replace reporting spreadsheets.
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CPE Programs Administrator – Brian Lewis
Recommended CPE 1 hr (based on a 50 minute hour)
Specialized Knowledge & Applications (Technical Business)Program Level:2 – 3 Years (Intermediate)Prerequisites:General understanding of Oracle E-Business Suite Financials ModulePreparation:No advance preparation required.Delivery Method:Group-InternetCost:FreeSpeaker:
Brian Lewis is Chief Operating Officer of eprentise. As a Florida Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Lewis began his career at Ernst & Young, a Big Four accounting and professional services firm. While there, he worked in the Accounting and Assurance Business Services Group providing external audit services to a variety of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and public sector clients, with a focus on accounting systems and internal control auditing.
Subsequent to working with Ernst & Young, Lewis became the managing partner of the CPA firm of Lewis & Spagnol and acted as a CPA for eprentise on both tax and accounting matters. He joined eprentise as a full-time employee in 2011, bringing accounting information system, GAAP, IFRS, and regulatory accounting expertise to the eprentise team, as well as managing operations for the company. Lewis holds a master’s degree in accounting from Stetson University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Florida Atlantic University.Contact Information:
Participant will receive an email with login instructions. If you do not receive the email or have other questions, please contact Brian Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or tel. 888.943.5363.