The session will provide a deeper dive into the new SSFS 1 set to roll out in 2020. Speakers will provide practitioners with the tools to know when to apply SSFS 1, how to deal with cross More
Annette is the owner of Stalker Forensics and provides forensic accounting, litigation consulting, and expert witness services. After beginning her career within audit and consulting at KPMG, Annette went on to form and manage an international business consulting practice for ten years, specializing in business process design and systems implementations. Prior to founding Stalker Forensics in 2014 she spent many years at a boutique forensic accounting firm, Ueltzen & Company LLP, based in Sacramento CA. Combined, Annette has over twenty years of public accounting, management, consulting, international business experience, and forensic accounting experience. Annette has provided expert testimony in cases involving a variety of partnership disputes, commercial and individual damages, alter ego claims, and has issued several forensic accounting investigation reports in both civil and criminal matters. Annette is the current Chair of the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services Executive Committee. This committee provides guidance and establishes standards for members practicing in the area of forensic and valuation services. Prior to serving on the FVSEC she was the Chair of the Forensic and Litigation Services Committee. Annette is a past Co-Chair of the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services Conference and continues to serve on the planning committee. Annette is also active at the state level, serving as the CalCPA's Chair of the Professional Conduct Committee and Secretary of the Forensic Services Section. Annette is Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the AICPA. She also holds a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Annette is active in her local non-profit community where she has been a founding board member and treasurer of the Roseville Theater Arts Academy since 2011.
No two litigation or forensic accounting engagements are the same. They often have multiple parties, varied allegations, possible counter-claims and a number of different financial issues. Having More