Explore our library of current PwC webcasts focusing on financial reporting, regulatory and business issues. For questions concerning continuing professional education (CPE) credit, review PwC's FAQs on CPE webcast participation.

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On-demand library of CPE-eligible webcasts


Do you need CPE credit? Browse our library of on-demand CPE programs. Earn some CPE and catch up on accounting and financial reporting hot topics at the same time.

Tax function of the future: Tax as a critical component in every Finance transformation effort webcast - February 11, 2016


During this webcast, our Tax Reporting & Strategy and Management Consulting specialists will discuss why many Finance functions are undertaking transformations (large and small), and why Tax needs to be an integral part of these efforts from the outset.

Building trust and transparency through SOC 2 reporting: What every organization should know webcast - February 9, 2016


The global outsourcing market is constantly evolving – Are you up to date on the latest SOC 2 and vendor controls reporting trends? Join our upcoming webcast in which we’ll discuss SOC 2 reporting trends, reducing costs and increasing efficiencies through SOC 2+ Vendor Controls Attestation, and more.

Take control of your spend: Navigating E-Business Suite’s procure-to-pay processing complexity - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast we discuss the inherent risks, including potential vulnerabilities, associated with the Oracle EBS procure-to-pay business process and what configurable application controls can be leveraged to establish a base control foundation to help reduce the potential for fraud or inadvertent circumventing of internal controls.

Center for Board Governance Quarterly webcast - Preparing for what’s next on the agendas at the SEC, PCAOB and FASB - February 2, 2016


In this webcast we will discuss and offer key insights on the active regulatory and standard-setting agendas, the current environment, and emerging issues being addressed by the SEC, PCAOB and FASB.

Top health industry issues of 2016 - Webcast replay


This recorded webcast focuses on the 10 business issues outlined in PwC's Top health industry issues of 2016 report, including merger mania, the new money managers, new databases improving patient care and consumer health, and more.

Transaction Trends in Oil and Gas: Full year M&A update - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast, we discuss the trends and drivers of oil and gas deal activity and capital market activity in 2015.

Personal Information Use Governance - Managing Risk While Unlocking Business Value - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast, we share insights from PwC’s privacy leaders about how your organization can benefit from the use of your data while confidently managing broader risks.

Healthcare, Higher Education, and Nonprofit Series: Hot topics and technical updates impacting accounting and financial reporting - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast focusing on emerging accounting developments affecting not-for-profit organizations, we will cover recent FASB standard setting developments that have occurred since our October webcast. As always, the focus is on not-for-profit organizations that apply FASB standards, with an emphasis on healthcare and higher education institutions.

The lease standard is changing - are you ready? IFRS 16: Leases - Webcast replay


In this recorded webcast, we discuss highlights of the new IFRS 16 guidance, including the new significant judgements involved, nuances that might lead to unexpected financial results, and new lessee accounting requirements. We also discuss the impact on industries and companies and why management should be attuned to the cross functional impacts of this change.