In this webcast, you will learn how new technology, analytical science, business intelligence tools and the abundance of market, industry and transactional data are enhancing deal makers ability to evaluate and pressure test the value proposition of proposed transaction, significantly reduce risk and driving speed of execution.
In this webcast, our tax specialists will discuss key issues surrounding Unrelated Business Taxable Income (UBTI) for tax-exempt hospitals, universities and other nonprofits and what organizations should be focused on to ensure their organization is mindful of the potential UBTI impact of certain activities.
In this recorded webcast, we discuss the key concepts within journal processing and workflow in PeopleSoft, how users are able to bypass intended controls to create manual journals, and ways to close loopholes that allow users to circumvent PeopleSoft controls.
Financial services organizations are continuously updating their business processes to improve compliance, organizational efficiency, technology, and the customer experience.
In this recorded PwC’s Deals Practice webcast, we review the current IPO market and technology industry market conditions, examine technology industry IPO landscape, trends and issues, and discuss common accounting and financial reporting issues for technology companies as well as broader areas of focus in IPO preparation, such as governance, human resources, internal controls and taxes.
It’s all about the cloud these days. Are you clear on the accounting, or is there a chance for stormy weather? Watch here to learn more.
In a time of heightened risk and increased scrutiny over regulatory compliance, a dedicated Ethics and Compliance function can be an asset to tech companies, while supporting their strategic agendas. By empowering an Ethics and Compliance function, and a proactive approach, technology companies can promote collaboration and integration, boost process efficiency, reduce gaps and redundancies, and proactively deal with the compliance implications inherent in new products, new geographies, and other business changes.
Cybersecurity incidents are not only increasing in number, they are also becoming progressively destructive and target a broadening array of information and attack vectors.
Corporate leaders experienced in mergers and acquisitions are well aware of the risks that come with transactions of all sizes. Many have honed deal-related processes and playbooks that serve them well when executing relatively small to midsized deals. However, we have observed that megadeals in the technology sector pose a unique set of challenges. They thus create barriers to success that are often unfamiliar even to executives with significant acquisition and integration experience.
FASB issues final standard on a customer's accounting for fees paid in a cloud computing arrangement.