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Valuation, Forensic, and
Litigation Support Group Dinners
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Wine and Mingling: 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Dinner and Program: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
Get expert advice from members of the Technology Interest
Group in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. No registration necessary.
Members purchase their own breakfasts.
Share your expertise!
Forensic Accounting and Fraud Detection Roundtable
with DCP Commissioner Jonathan Harris
Tuesday, December 6
Presented by: Jonathan Harris, Commissioner;
joined by Michelle Seagull, Deputy Commissioner;
Julianne Avallone, Legal Director; and Frank Virnelli, Manager
of Accounting, Gaming Auditing, and Information Technology;
all from the Department of Consumer Protection
Technology Breakfast Roundtables
Locations rotate CPE credit not available.
Whether you're just looking to explore a new niche
or you're an expert in your field, CTCPA interest
groups are a fantastic way to expand your network,
get answers ... and have a little fun in the process.
Thursday, November 17
Cristy's Luncheonette, Westbrook 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday, December 21
Riverdale Diner, Shelton 8:00 a.m.
Thursday, January 19
New York Pickle Deli, Rocky Hill 8:00 a.m.
CTCPA Public Affairs Director Mark Zampino snapped this shot
from his seat at a recent Financial Institutions Interest Group
meeting. CPAs and bankers alike received the latest briefings
ranging from Accounting Standards Updates (ASUs) to the
"Implications of Brexit for U.S. Financial Institutions" and "Bank
Cybersecurity Risks and Ways to Manage" from members
Jennifer Wood (chair), Larry Carboni, Susan Martinelli, and
Steven Supernaugh.
Connecticut CPA
November/December 2016
Federal Income Taxation
Tuesday, January 10, 2017 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
K-1 Hedge Funds
Presented by: Jon Collett, CPA and
Robert Richardt, CPA, CohnReznick
Trust, Estate, and Gift Taxation
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Issues in Trust and Estate Audits
Presented by: Paul L. Bourdeau, JD, LLM,
Cummings & Lockwood and Marilee Clark, JD,
Department of Revenue Services
Not-for-Profit Organizations
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 8:30 a.m.
CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill
Financial Accounting Standards Board Update
for Not-for-Profits
Presented by: Jeffrey Mechanick, CPA,
Financial Accounting Standards Board
Jon Collett
We're changing up our format a bit as we're joined by leadership
from the Department of Consumer Protection, the new home of
the State Board of Accountancy.
Fraud remains an ongoing and increasing challenge that affects
all organizations. Join a roundtable discussion with Commis-
sioner Harris about his initiatives to raise the department's inter-
nal forensic accounting capabilities.
What methods have you seen used to review existing data, and
what new ways are there to set up incoming data to filter for
possible fraud?
This is a unique opportunity for the CTCPA community to
share its forensic accounting expertise while raising the level of
awareness of the CPA's role in this area.