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The United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is the prime regulator of capital markets in the United States. Whether your company is an SEC registrant, contemplating a securities offering or you are a CPA who provides services to an SEC client, you need to stay up to date on what is going on at the SEC. This comprehensive CPE webinar clarifies new, difficult, and important reporting and disclosure requirements, while giving examples and tips for ensuring compliance.
This course also, covers the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC’s) role in accounting and reporting compliance, provides a presentation of the SEC enforcement process, and reviews actual enforcement cases.
In this webinar t you will discover the latest issues that the SEC is targeting, what factors trigger investigations and enforcement actions, and the possible outcomes. You will also learn the best ways to avoid trouble and how to handle SEC investigations and enforcement actions if they do come your way.
Dr. Christopher Demaline is a professor at Central Arizona College. He has taught accounting for more than 10 years. Chris also provides business start-up and business valuation consulting services. Previously, Chris served as a corporate controller. He has an DBA from Grand Canyon University, a graduate certificate in business valuation from Indiana University, and a graduate certificate in forensic accounting from Northeastern University (MA). Chris’ holds the CPA, CMA and CFE credentials. He resides in the Phoenix metropolitan area with his wife and son.
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