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ACAUS Event
November 19 @ 12:30 pm - 4:15 pm EST

ACAUS Beyond Accounting Virtual Conference 2020 ... Beyond Accounting Virtual Event

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Peter Burgess
All Events ACAUS Beyond Accounting Virtual Conference 2020 November 19 @ 12:30 pm - 4:15 pm EST Beyond Accounting Virtual Event Ideas, Technology, Trends impacting the Accounting Professional ACAUS is holding its first virtual conference, continuing our Beyond Accounting theme from 2019, on November 19th, 2020. Our leading-edge content will be shared in a series of “Ted-talk”-style presentations. Attendees can earn up to 3 CPE credits in just a half-day. Presenters are thought leaders and high-profile business leaders from our own membership, international accounting bodies, and selected guests. AGENDA Sessions 12.30pm – Introductions – presentations from our Home institute CEO’s – ICAEW, CA ANZ, SAICA, CA Ireland and ICAS 1:00pm – Main stage #1 – Future of Accounting: 2:00pm – Networking and Sponsor booth visits 2:20pm – Main stage #2 – Innovation / Future Workplace: 3:20pm – Networking and Sponsor booth visits 3:40pm – IQEX online class promotion 3:50pm – Closing keynote 4:10pm – Closing remarks 4:15pm – End (All times Eastern.) Speakers Include Michael Izza – CEO ICAEW Ainslie van Onselen – CEO CA ANZ Freeman Nomvalo – CEO SAICA Barry Dempsey – CEO CA Ireland Bruce Cartwright – CEO ICAS David Axson Eugene Brink (SAICA) Sylvia Tsen (CPA Canada) Jeremy Balkin (CA ANZ nominated) Gareth Lewis (ICAS) ACAUS IQEX – Chris Easton, Veronica Beilby, Claire Iball Further speakers to be announced. For more information, please contact executivedirector@acaus.org Join the conversation, earn your CPE and expand your professional network. REGISTER: Thank you for registering, we will be transferring name and email details to our conference app. Once we do this the app will send a link for you to join the conference. A massive socio-enviro-economic crisis has been emerging for the past several decades, I believe that Chartered Accountants should be in the middle of the reforms that are essential to address a multitude of critical issues ... specifically there should be efficient reliable quantification of social impact and environmental impact as well as financial (economic) impact not only for business entities, but all the actors in the system.
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