AICPA National Conference on Credit Unions 2018

Event contact title
EXHIBIT AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Event contact first name
Teresa
Event contact last name
Brueggeman
Email
tbrueggeman@morrismarketinginc.com
Event contact telephone number
800.504.4749
Description

The FASB has issued several final standards over the past few years, including credit losses, revenue recognition and leases, with effective dates over the next three years for most credit unions. The recent changes in NCUA business lending regulations have opened up additional opportunities for credit unions. In this time of change and uncertainty, it is essential that you align your decisions to move forward. Gain unwavering confidence for each step of the decision-making process at the only conference that brings together such a wide array of industry experts. Over the course of 3 days, choose from 27 in-depth sessions that will increase your knowledge and understanding of:

  • Changing credit union and financial services landscape
  • Current and proposed regulations affecting the credit union industry
  • What standards have been issued applicable to credit unions, what proposed standards are forthcoming and the latest thinking from FASB
  • Recent changes in NCUA business lending regulations
  • Current and emerging risks driving NCUA’s primary and planned focus from a prudential and risk management perspective
  • Pace of our economic recovery and what it means going forward for overall growth, interest rates and monetary policy
  • Specific practices that you can use to help deter, detect, and respond to insider fraud
  • Various ways to enhance audit quality, audit efficiencies, and best practices
Attendee information

Developed for:

  • Credit union leaders: C-suite, controllers, accounting managers, internal auditors, and board and supervisory committee members
  • CPAs who audit credit unions
  • Regulators seeking the latest developments

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