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Event Registration - Virtual Event - Meet Up: Mind The GAAP Gap

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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Online Registration is currently closed through CFA Society Boston.

Meet Up: Mind the GAAP Gap

Over the last decade, the number of GAAP adjustments has proliferated among publicly traded companies. At times management teams may employ various levers to hide financial and operational risks. In this presentation, Dan Mahoney, Head of Industrials Research at CFRA, explores the pros and cons of the most frequent adjustments, additional improvements that can be made, and which adjustments may be the most useful to investors. Common non-GAAP adjustments include:
  • Restructuring charges
  • Stock-based compensation expense
  • Pension adjustments
  • Purchase accounting
  • Adjustments to various cash flow metrics
This session provides a robust introduction for those with either a beginner and intermediate level of knowledge of forensic accounting and serves as a great refresher for those with more advanced knowledge.

Dan-Mahoney
Dan Mahoney
Head of Industrials Research, CFRA

Dan Mahoney is the Head of Industrials Research for CFRA. He joined CFRA in 2003 as an analyst covering industrial companies. Prior to joining the company, Dan spent four years with Deloitte & Touche's audit and forensic accounting groups.

Dan holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA in Economics and Accounting from the College of the Holy Cross. He previously served as a representative of the investor community on the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council as well as on the International Accounting Standards Board's Capital Markets Advisory Committee.

This webinar is complimentary is open to members and non-members. Registrants will receive dial-in information one day prior to the event.
CFA Boston has determined that this event qualifies for 1 PL credit hours under the guidelines of CFA Institute's Professional Learning Program. If you are a CFA Institute member and CFA Society Boston Member, PL credit for your participation in this event will be automatically recorded in your PL tracking tool.