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Monday
8:00AM-11:00AM

FVC19101. Valuation Report Writing Workshop

Instructor: Gary Trugman
Knowledge Level: None
Field of Study: Accounting
CPE Credits: 3.0

This session will cover valuation standards for reports, writing the affirmative and rebuttal reports, and best practices for report writing
Learning Objectives:

  1. Recall the different types of reports allowed as industry standards
  2. Distinguish a well-written, quality report from one that is not written properly
  3. Recognize what makes a convincing rebuttal report
  4. Recall the best practices in assuring a quality report

04

Monday
8:00AM-11:00AM

FVC19102. Investigative Workshop

Instructor: Stephanie Aguirre, Peter Brown, Joseph Fraim Kressler
Career Stage: The Experienced Pro
Knowledge Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Accounting
CPE Credits: 3.0

This preconference workshop is limited to 60 participants.

In this interactive simulation, you will participate in a realistic regulatory crisis scenario. Working in teams, you will compete against each other to conduct the best investigation under time-pressure. Experience the activities that a company's investigation team would undertake using the latest tools and resources available including:
• Reviewing emails, mobile phone data and documents;
• Asking suspects questions in video interviews;
•Performing data analytics and corporate intelligence analysis; and
•Responding to anonymous tip-offs and further information alerts.
Use your unique skills and information you uncover within your teams to unravel the issues and pinpoint relevant evidence to identify the wrong-doing and potential suspects.
Once the game is over, we announce the winners and provide a tailored debrief which covers the potential scope and approach of an investigation, and the consequences of mishandling particular issues. The workshop also will:

Learning Objectives:

  1. Give participants the opportunity to gain detailed insight into the way an investigation is conducted
  2. Provide participants with the opportunity to work in a group setting to gain hands-on knowledge of investigative procedures
  3. Provide a fun, interactive and competitive learning event while offering valuable knowledge of the investigative process