KPMG's 26th Annual Accounting, Financial Reporting Symposium

KPMG's Symposium, for corporate financial executives from both private and public companies, will take place December 1-2 in Las Vegas

KPMG's (No. 16 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) 26th Annual Symposium will take place December 1-2 at The Bellagio in Las Vegas. It is designed for corporate financial executives from both private and public companies who desire an update on the more important financial accounting and reporting developments over the past year. program also will discuss other important topics impacting the responsibilities of the audience.


Those who have attended past sessions have pointed out that one advantage of the program is that it includes technical compliance topics, along with discussions of prominent practices in financial leadership.

Mark C. Thompson

Dr. J.P. Pawliw-Fry

You are invited to join keynote speakers Mark C. Thompson, one of the "world's top executive coaches," and a venture investor "with a Midas Touch," according to Forbes, and Dr. J.P. Pawliw-Fry, one of the highest-rated lecturers at the Kellogg Business School of Management's Executive Education Program and a renowned leadership and performance expert.

Other speakers include leading executives from industry, accounting and legal professions who are involved with accounting and financial reporting issues every day. They will address recent technical pronouncements and guidance from the FASB and SEC. In addition, they will share with participants their experiences in dealing with some of the important leadership issues that have helped their companies compete more effectively in today's environment.

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Venue and Hotel Details

The Symposium will take place December 1-2 at The Bellagio in Las Vegas

Topics covered include:

- Customized tracks for you to build your own Symposium based on industry

- General sessions with KPMG thought leader keynotes

- Breakout sessions focused on data and analytics/cognitive technology, cyber security, leases, income tax accounting, revenue recognition, financial instruments, internal controls, and talent management

- User/preparer panel

- Federal tax update

- Economic update

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