The American Society of Appraisers and the University of Southern California Leventhal School of Accounting will jointly host a one-day conference on important valuation topics pertaining to fair value for financial reporting.
The Ninth Annual Fair Value Conference, Los Angeles will be held at the Radisson Midtown at USC in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday, June 4, 2014 from 8:30a.m.-5:00p.m.
Leading edge topics selected for their importance to professionals that perform financial reporting valuations will be presented by nationally recognized speakers, including:
- Adam M. Smith, ASA, Valuation Specialist, Financial Accounting Standards Board
- Anthony V. Aaron, ASA, Partner, Ernst & Young
- Mark Hayden, ASA, Partner, Deloitte
- Amanda Miller, Executive Director, Ernst & Young
- David Larsen, Managing Director, Duff & Phelps
- Massimo Messina, Partner, Grant Thornton
- Dean William Holder, University of Southern California, Leventhal School of Accounting
- John Glynn, Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
- David C. Dufendach, ASA, Partner, Grant Thornton
- Harris Antonaides, Managing Director, Stout Risius Ross
8 hours of continuing professional education will be offered.
The cost of the event is $275 for ASA members and $300 for non-members.
Benefits of attending include: practitioner focus, timely updates on topics of current interest, nationally recognized speakers, ASA and AICPA continuing professional education credits, exceptional networking opportunity and competitive pricing.
Registration is currently in progress and can be done online or by calling (800) 272-8258.
About ASA’s Fair Value Conference Series
ASA’s popular Fair Value Conference series takes place three times a year, typically in January (New York), late Spring after audit and tax busy season (Los Angeles) and late Fall (San Francisco). Attendance generally averages 75-100 attendees made up of ASA designated members, business valuers and accounting professionals. Each conference provides new sessions and presenters with expert insight into the latest issues, continuing profession education credits and valuable networking opportunities.