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Now that the long-awaited Revenue Recognition standard has been issued, we invite you to join us for a two-part webcast series.
PwC's quarterly current accounting and technical developments webcast series keeps you informed on hot topics and recent activities of various regulatory bodies including the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the Securities & Exchange Commission.
PwC's Investor Resource Institute invites you to join us for a webcast to discuss five megatrends that we see shaping the global business environment, and the implications of these macroeconomic forces may have on corporate strategies.
Business trouble can arise quickly and for a variety of reasons. Companies may suffer from missed market expectations, reduced operating profit or severe cash problems. This webcast focuses on an overview of the typical cycle of a distressed company, including the leading indicators, actions management can take to turn the business around and prevent a bankruptcy filing and how a turnaround advisor can help.
This webcast highlights best practices for interacting with the SEC in response to comment letters and requests for preclearance and other matters. The webcast also provides insights and analysis of recent SEC comment letter trends specifically for the products and services industry.
This webcast highlights best practices for interacting with the SEC in response to comment letters and requests for preclearance and other matters. The webcast also provides insights and analysis of recent SEC comment letter trends specifically for the financial services industry.
This webcast analyzes the comment letter responses to the FASB and IASB's revised exposure draft on the new leasing proposal, and provide insights to help you think through the nuances that might lead to unexpected financial results.
This webcast provides insight and analysis on the results of PwC's 2013 Annual Corporate Directors Survey and includes directors' views on board composition, stakeholder communications, executive compensation, the regulatory environment, strategy and risk and IT oversight.
This conflict minerals webcast shares our perspective on the latest developments and considerations as you close out your first year of compliance.
This webcast discusses an overview of the proposed guidance and the nuances that might lead to unexpected financial results.
This webcast discusses how management can prepare for the changes in a measured way and some of the actions that companies are taking now to prepare.
This webcast explores how leading companies are using eco-efficiency to reduce operating costs and create strategic advantage.
A special ProxyPulse webcast, presented in conjunction with Broadridge and the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, analyzes proxy season voting data.
This webcast discusses the US IPO market activity and pipeline; governance issues; and the use of master limited partnerships (MLPs).
On this webcast, PwC senior partners will engage in a discussion of the board's role in the oversight of strategic growth through capital projects and other significant transactions.
The FASB recently issued its revised proposal on financial instruments classification and measurement for public comment by May 15, 2013. Classification and measurement is one part of the FASB and IASB’s broader financial instruments project, along with impairment and hedge accounting. This proposal reflects a significant change in course by the FASB from its May 2010 proposal.
This webcast helps you understand the considerations of using non-traditional forms of consideration, such as earn-outs and contingent value rights, to help facilitate negotiations and bridge value gaps on transactions.
This webcast focuses on some of the key risks that business leaders need to know about amid today’s landscape of rapid change, extreme weather events, global operations, and resource scarcity.
This webcast will help you gain a heightened understanding of recent developments on the revenue recognition proposal, along with potential impacts to your business.