Watch this special PwC sponsored Compliance Week on-demand webcast from Thursday, October 23, 2014 that discusses the new revenue accounting rules and how they can affect your business.
The first step in assessing the new standard's impact is a thorough evaluation of existing contracts and transactions. Companies should also take a close look at business practices and go-to-market strategies, and consider whether to make changes in light of the new rules.
Webcast attendees will hear from the IASB and PwC to gain insight into how companies are approaching the preparation for these changes, including an evaluation of processes, systems, and controls and a specific focus on gathering and accounting for contracts.
Watch a replay, or participate in our on-demand CPE-eligible two-part webcast series where we discuss the new Revenue Recognition Standard in detail and help you understand the pervasive business implications, as well as what companies can do to prepare for implementation of the new standard. Access our CPE-eligible on-demand versions at your convenience. A post-event questionnaire, when completed, qualifies participants for 1.5 CPE credits (same as the live version).
Additionally, we expand our discussion with a series of industry-specific webcasts that look at the impact the new revenue recognition standard will have on various industry sectors.
In the June 12 webcast, we discuss the Revenue Recognition standard in detail – focusing on how the new guidance may affect how and when your company recognizes revenue.
In the June 19 webcast, we help you understand the pervasive business implications, as well as what companies can do to prepare for implementation of the new standard.
CFOs, CIOs, controllers, finance directors, business unit finance and, other financial reporting functions.
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