Fair Value Accounting: Visionary Thinking or Oxymoron?
BVR's 2nd Annual Summit on Fair Value for Financial Reporting
Monday, February 2, 2009
12:00am-2:00am PT • 3:00am-5:00am ET
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Throughout 2009 SFAS 157 and related statements were under attack, and solid principals of business valuation appeared to have been forgotten by many parties. Appraisers, auditors, CFO’s, lawyers, and others who must make sense of the changing rules are faced with challenges in complying with multiple financial reporting standards meant for their clients, shouldering more responsibility for clients’ compliance—whether they want to or not.
The 2nd Annual Summit on Fair Value in Financial Reporting, developed by Business Valuation Resources, was one place to meet with leaders from FASB, the SEC, PCABO, the Big Four, the IRS, and professional leaders to hear directly from all of them what your responsibilities, risks, and opportunities truly are.
In this highlight, Dr. Aswath Damodaran presented "Fair Value Accounting: Visionary Thinking or Oxymoron?" a 50-minute must-see presentation on the sate of affairs in one of the most contentious areas in all of accounting and business.
- Why fair value accounting?
- What is "fair value"?
- What are the first principles that should govern fair value accounting?
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