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MTS Conference Sessions Announced

Jul 09, 2013
The American Society of Appraisers announces the release of the 2013 International Appraisers Conference sessions.

This year’s conference will take place October 13-16, in San Antonio, Texas. ASA’s Machinery and Technical Specialties Discipline Committee has put together a stellar line up of informative educational sessions along with an impressive group of industry experts as presenters.

Below is a brief snapshot of what’s been planned:

  • Preparing and Testifying for Litigation
    John Lifflander, ASA, President, Covenant Consultants, Inc.

  • Winning Your Case by Using Comparable Industrials Sales
    Tim M. Landolt, ASA, MBA, President & CEO, Vista Valuations LLC
    Larry J. Tapanen, ASA (retired), CEO, TapanenGroup Inc.

  • Revisiting Inutility Penalties
    Robert Svoboda, ASA, PE, Integrity Valuation

  • Global Update on Accounting and Valuation Issues Impacting the Machinery and Technical Specialties Valuer
    Robert J. Stall, ASA, MRICS, Partner, Ernst & Young LLP

  • Business Valuation for M&E Professionals
    Kenneth Rue, ASA, Director, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
    Robert Svoboda, ASA, PE, Integrity Valuation

  • Engaging Bankers, Accountants and Lawyers in the Valuation Process
    David P. Adams, III, ASA, CPA, ABV, President, Adams Capital, Inc.

  • Poignant Topics for a Sole Practitioner to Survive and Grow
    Gregory McEachern, ASA

  • Making Research More Bullet Proof
    William Engel, ASA, President, Strategic Asset Management

  • Reviewing MTS Appraisals and Appraisals of Other Disciplines
    Steve Noble, ASA, MAI, ABAR, Southeast Appraisal Resource Associates, Inc.
    Alex Ruden, ASA, CG/GA, Business Valuer, Southeast Appraisal Resource Associates, Inc.

  • Insurance Appraisals Today: Fact or Fiction?
    Douglas R. Krieser, ASA, FRICS, President and Managing Director, Valcon Partners, LTD

Designated appraisers seeking ASA reaccreditation credits can earn 12.75 hours.

To register or for more information visit www.appraisers.org or call (800) 272-8258.