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MARCH 16 - 17, 2015 
Hilton San Francisco Airport - Burlingame 
600 Airport Boulevard 
Burlingame, CA 94010

HILTON SAN FRANCISCO AIRPORT - BURLINGAME REVENUE RECOGNITION ACCOUNTING CONFERENCE The new Revenue Recognition Standard has finally been issued. The new guidance standardizes how companies should recognize revenue under U.S. GAAP and IFRS. This conference will go through the new guidance and address the latest developments in key areas, significant changes, scope, disclosure and impacts.LEARNING OBJECTIVES:   

  • Review the latest changes in key areas
  • Understand the big picture concepts from an SEC perspective
  • Begin to assess the effects of the new standard on your company or clients


REGISTER NOW »Cost $795 if you register by February 13 (regular price $995) 

We have a block of rooms available at $199 per night and will email you the link after you register. 
The hotel is 4 miles from San Francisco Intl Airport.

Register any one of three ways:
1. Register online using a credit card and click the orange button
2. Register by phone at (610) 789-3110 
3. Email your contact info to be invoiced to

AGENDA: DAY 18:00-8:45

Continental Breakfast and Registration


Revenue Recognition: New Standard

Lessons learned from the most recent amendments and EITFs

Effective date and transition issues

Scope of new standard and overviews




Revenue Recognition: New Standard (continued)

Step 1: identifying the contract

Step 2: identifying performance obligations

Step 3: determine the transaction price

Step 4: allocate the transaction price

Step 5: recognizing revenue

other provisions and implementation guidance




Revenue Recognitions: Case Studies and Practical Examples

Collectibility, Contingent Revenue, Sales to Distributors

Performance Obligations Over Time, Elimination of VSOE for Software

Residual Approach, Term Licenses, Time Value of Money...




Roundtable Discussion

Making revenue recognition manageable for those on the front lines

Engaging in a dialogue: narrowing the gap between sales and accounting

When and how to communicate issues of emerging importance




The SEC & Revenue Recognition: But I Thought...

Common dilemmas and misconceptions

Inappropriate/illegal practices

Illustrative interactive scenarios AGENDA: DAY 28:30 10:15

Revenue Recognition: SEC Enforcement & Fraud Issues

Dodd Frank Act: Implications of reform

Recent SEC Enforcement Cases

Fraud issues




The SEC & Revenue Recognition: MD&A's Critical Role

Common disclosure shortcomings

Illustrative interactive scenarios

Tips & best practices




Revenue Recognition: Added Case Studies and Practical Issues:

Contract Costs

Contract Modifications






Transition Issues

What steps to take now

Guidance on adjustments as business models evolve (i.e. cloud computing)

Resulting changes to sales/operations/IT/accounting policiesConference series speakers include:

Bryan Anderson, Deloitte & Touche


Renee Bomchill, Deloitte & Touche


Lauren Hegg, Deloitte & Touche

formerly with FASB

Ron Kiima, Kiima Inc.

Former SEC Assistant Chief Accountant now President of Kiima Inc. a private consulting firm specializing in SEC, corporate governance and risk management 

Gaurav Khosla, EA

Director Digital Revenue

Eric Domagalski, Symantec

Global Revenue Advisory Director

Hank Galligan, BDO

Practice Office Accounting Director

Scott Hickson, Ernst & Young

Senior Manager in National Office with primary emphasis of revenue recognition

Paige Kuroyama, McGladrey & Pullen

Director in the Western Regional Professional Practice Office

Chris Lohin, SAP America

Senior Finance Director

David Lynn, Morrison Foerster

Partner and former SEC Chief Counsel

Jamie Mayer, Grant Thornton

Executive Director in Accounting Principles Consulting Group (former FASB practice fellow)

Jonathan Nus, Standard & Poor's Rating Service

Director with focus on how financial statement information is analyzed

R. Daniel O'Connor, Ropes & Gray

Partner focusing on SEC Enforcement matters, internal investigations and related trial work.

Amanda Spindler, MillerCoors

Treasury Manager

Sarah Rich, SunTrust Banks, Inc.,

Accounting Consultations Group with particular emphasis on financial instruments

Mark Sitlinger, Ally Financial (formerly GMAC)

Director of Accounting Policy

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Conference/Event Dates: 03/16/2015 - 03/17/2015
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Accounting
SIC Code(s): 8721
NAICS Code(s): 541211, 541219
Other Industries: Accounting, Business
Estimated Attendance: 75
Previous Attendance: 75
Cost to Attend: $795 to $995
Audience: CFOs (and their staff), Controllers,
VPs of Finance, Financial Managers,
Revenue Directors and Manager,
Treasury Staff, Accountants in Industry, Consultants, Public Accountants, Educators
Venue: Hilton San Francisco Airport - Burlingame
Venue Phone: (650) 340-8500
Venue Type: Indoor - Hotel

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