8 CPE credit of Finance for all CPAs
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8 CPD credit (Verifiable) for Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
8 General Educational credit for Tax Professionals / Bookkeepers / Accountants
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Since the emergence of Bitcoin in 2009, the world of cryptocurrency has advanced leaps and bounds throughout the world. What began as an unproven concept is now considered by many as the future of currency. But how did we get this far, and what’s happening next in the world of cryptocurrency? Let’s take a look at some of the currency’s defining moments and what that means for the future. In this Online CPE webinar we will understand how a digital currency became so widely popular, it’s first necessary to realize what that digital currency is. In this online CPE webinar we will explore concepts of Cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, their history, and construction.
Just the way we keep cash or cards in a physical wallet, Bitcoin can also be stored in a wallet i.e. a digital wallet. The digital wallet can be hardware-based or web-based. The wallet can also reside on a mobile device, on a computer desktop, or kept safe by printing the private keys and addresses used for access on paper. In this online CPE webinar we will explore the fundamental concept. This CPE webinar will help in learning practical use of how to setup a wallet in case of cryptocurrency and its transactions.
As more companies consider investing in digital assets, leaders have much to consider about the nature of these instruments, the risks, and the benefits involved. In 2020, more operating companies began allocating cash to digital assets and Cryptocurrencies. This is a new dynamic and a departure from more conventional investing by funds and others in this space. In this online CPE/CE webinar we will also explore the accounting rules related to Cryptocurrencies. This covers current US GAAP and, IFRS intangible asset. The CPE webinar will also discover if Cryptocurrencies can be considered as a cash substitute or an investment; how this will impact in your company’s pension plan; and forecasting with respected to cryptocurrency with technical analysis.
Not only is Bitcoin the first cryptocurrency, but it’s also the best known of the more than 5,000 Cryptocurrencies in existence today. In this CPE webinar we will explore about Ethereum - the second most popular cryptocurrency; and Altcoins - alternative Cryptocurrencies to Bitcoin as well.
The crypto world is changing quickly, and regulations are coming from many areas. Their growing prevalence raises challenges for regulators who are faced with questions around financial stability and preventing money laundering and the funding of terrorism. To combat these crypto-crimes, regulators need to work alongside technology experts be forward-thinking to design laws that are fit for purpose.
Cryptocurrency has become a global sensation in recent years, although a lot is still to be understood about this maturing technology. Many questions and concerns are swirling around technology and its capacity to disrupt traditional financial systems. Blockchain is an emerging technology, so predictions are still mixed about its potential. We will explore the impact and changes that the quantum computing might bring in 5, 10 or 30 years in this online CPE session.
Major topics covered in this online CPE session:
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For the last 6 years she has a keen interest in the Blockchain technology space, especially application of Blockchain technologies in different business verticals. Currently, she is the Chief Technology Officer at the Miner Network.
Dr. Katzela holds a PhD, a Master of Philosophy, and a Master of Science from Columbia University, NYC, New York.
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Contributing Editor,Benefits and Pensions Monitor
Jim Helik is a contributing editor at Benefits and Pensions Monitor, a magazine for pension plans and institutional investors, a position he has held for over 25 years. Previously he was the first full-time editor of a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal covering financial and economic markets, and the associated demographics and public policy issues for institutional investors across North America. He was also the founding editor of International Derivatives magazine. He has written, edited, and delivered via distance education, test banks, instructor notes, case studies and other teaching materials for the Canadian Securities Institute on a full range of topics such as portfolio management, private equity, financial planning, derivatives, technical analysis and investment management techniques. He currently teaches at Yorkville University in Toronto, Canada.
Benefits and Pensions Monitor magazine was created in 1991 to serve Canada's Plan Sponsors in the areas of pension fund investment and employee benefits management. Our editorial content as well as market coverage are key to our magazine's success. MONITOR is closely involved with industry associations and industry experts to help us craft the magazine as a continuing source of industry information. The primary focus for the circulation development of Benefits and Pensions Monitor is the 100+ employee level, which many industry professionals consider as Canada's Primary Market for employee benefit plans and pension fund investment. With over 90% of MONITOR's circulation directed to this area, Companies are able to target thier promotional efforts where they can achieve the most success in building their business.
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