PwC's accounting weekly news: August 14, 2020

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This week we issued the 10th episode in our What’s next? summer podcast series, which features PwC leaders helping CFOs and controllers emerge stronger in the current environment. They share what is top of mind in business recovery—from managing in a crisis to human capital considerations to strategy and digital transformation.

What’s next? Secrets to sustaining your team’s standout behaviors

In the 10th episode of the What’s next? podcast series, host Heather Horn sits down with Dr. Deniz Caglar, strategic cost transformation leader at PwC’s Strategy&, to discuss how the lessons learned during the crisis can enable companies to build a new team culture that everyone benefits from.

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Register for PwC’s Q3 2020 Quarterly accounting webcast—9/16, 9/22, 9/29

Sign up for our quarterly accounting webcast. We’ll cover topics of interest to finance professionals in the current environment, including how to transform the finance function. We are offering three sessions for this webcast. Since the content for these sessions will be the same, participants are only eligible to receive CPE for attending one session. Register for the session that works best for you.

Convertible debt: What you need to know now

The market activity for convertible instruments—specifically convertible debt—has increased in recent months. However, the accounting can be complex. Hear PwC share insights and discuss the guidance.

Facing the COVID-19 challenge in corporate boardrooms

Corporate directors applaud their companies’ pandemic response so far—but the work has only just begun. We’re sharing early findings from PwC’s 2020 Annual Corporate Directors Survey.

The new KPI for tax: Doing more with less

In this new series, we explore how leading Tax functions are enhancing collaboration, considering new operating models, and leveraging data automation to work differently—doing more with less.

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Heather Horn

Heather Horn

US Strategic Thought Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US

David Schmid

David Schmid

International Accounting Leader, National Professional Services Group, PwC US