Washington, D.C. | First Annual Government Seminar
Cherry Bekaert is dedicated to continuing education for our clients and the greater Public Sector community. To help keep you informed of the latest issues impacting the government sector, we invite you to attend our half-day government training seminar on June 27th. Attendees will receive 4 hours of CPE credits at no charge!
GASB 84 Fiduciary Activities and GASB 87 Leases
This course is designed to provide an overview of the requirements in GASB 84 – Fiduciary Activities and GASB87 – Leases. The primary objective of this Statement is to improve accounting and financial reporting by state and local governments for fiduciary activities and leases. We’ll discuss both the accounting and reporting under these new standards.
- Understand accounting and reporting requirements under GASB84 – Fiduciary Activities
- Understand accounting and reporting requirements under GASB87 – Leases
- Determine the effect to your entity and assist with implementation of these new standards
Fraud Today: An Overview
This course is designed to educate organizations on the current state of theft and embezzlement. Participants will learn some of the key principles to manage fraud risk and how the application of a robust risk management framework can help prevent or detect vulnerabilities to fraud. We will cover definitions of Fraud, measuring the cost of fraud, detection of fraud schemes and risk assessment strategies.
- Define Fraud & List the 3 entity level classifications of Fraud
- Identify the 5 key principles to manage Fraud Risk; List the 3 common types of Internal Fraud
- Recognize the 3 elements that make up the Fraud Triangle & the one in your Organizations Control
Understanding an Actuarial Study
Actuarial reports may cover a variety of insurance programs, from employee benefits to general liability, and be provided for different purposes (such as funding, accounting or plan design analysis). The actuaries presenting this session focus on the actuarial measurements relevant to pension and other post-retirement benefits (OPEB). Among the topics discussed are the common inputs to the actuarial valuation, the liability measurements that are the output of the actuarial valuation, how those outputs are used for different purposes, and what is required to be included in the actuary’s report.
- Difference between pension and OPEB benefits
- Common inputs to the valuation model for pension and OPEB valuations (including those unique to OPEB plans).
- Measures of actuarial liabilities presented in the actuarial report and Required contents of the actuarial report (and why it’s included).
Digital Transformation: Innovation vs. Risk
Digital Transformation is quickly impacting every industry and business. We are dealing with unprecedented access to technology including unlimited computing power and storage, along with disruptive technologies like the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, machine learning and more. It is a time of unparalleled transformation and disruption and many industries will be redefined. Leading an organization’s technology efforts is a balancing act between the seemingly contradictory expectations of management and end users in a fiscally responsible manner. In this session, we will dig deeper to find the right balance between innovation and risk and building success through incremental wins based on existing tools and effective adoption.
- Learn how to find the right balance between innovation and risk related to organizational technologies.
- Learn to build organizational success with effective technology adoption and incremental wins.
- Learn how Digital Transformation is currently impacting the business landscape and how your organization can prepare.
Prerequisites | None
Advanced Preparation | None
Recommended Hours of CPE | 4 Hours*
Delivery Method | Group Live
Program Level | Basic
CPE Category | Accounting, Auditing, Information Technology, Specialized Knowledge and Application, Management Advisory Services
*Cherry Bekaert is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website. | www.learningmarket.org
Cherry Bekaert Continuing Professional Education: Statement of Administrative Policies
Complaint Resolution Policy
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Record Retention Policy
Cherry Bekaert will retain all Continuing Professional Education (CPE) documents for five years from training course date. These records will include:
- Course outline
- Course content and handouts
- Sign in sheets
- Dates and locations of training courses
- Instructor credentials
- Course evaluations
- CPE certificates stating amount of recommended CPE credit
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Participants who must to cancel their course registration 10 or more business days in advance of the event must contact Cate Miller to receive a full refund of all fees paid. Participants who must cancel their registration within 10 business days of the event, will not receive a refund.