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Training Agenda and Registration

SOC, Pensions, and Fraud Training Day-2024

March 12, 2024

8:30-12:30 P.M.

Register: https://goto.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1652675&tp_key=177f3d3ed6

 

At the end of the session, you will be able to:

SOC Requirements and Updates

  • Identify how to read a SOC Report
  • Recognize the section of a SOC report.
  • Identify the purpose of the sections of SOC Report
  • Discuss the details that are included in each section of the SOC Report
  • Explain how the SOC auditors assesses each section of a SOC Report
  • Recognize service organization responsibilities

State of the States-Update on the Economic Impact of Current Trends for States

  • Recognize different types of pensions and their benefits and their drawbacks
  • Identify how pensions are affected by the economy
  • Identify the impact of pensions on the local economy and communities

Understanding the Impact of Ethics and Fraud in Business

  • Define fraud and begin to think forensically
  • Recall what you learned about fraud detection, cost, awareness, and anti-fraud measures
  • Discuss ethical challenges by today’s society and personal accountability

 

Schedule

8:30-8:35 A.M.    Welcome, housekeeping, including CPE info on how to obtain GIB credits, Introductions

 

8:35-9:25 A.M.   SOC Requirements and Updates

Instructed by Joel Eshleman

In this session, we will cover the components of the system and organization control (SOC) report, what is included in those sections, how the auditor assesses controls, and the service organizations’ responsibilities as it relates to the system description and the operation of internal controls.

 

9:25-9:40 A.M. Break

 

9:40-10:55 A.M.   State of the States-Update on the Economic Impact of Current Trends for States

Instructed by Jim Kreiser and Tonia Shultz

This session will cover how pensions help the economies for local communities and businesses. You will learn how pension plans have been affected by the economy and what various pension plans across the nation encountered for market conditions in the past year. Lastly, we will address what has the overall economy done to state budgets and revenues, what impacts are we seeing, and what responses are we seeing from government entities to address the effect on pensions.

 

10:55-11:15 A.M. Break

 

11:15-12:30 P.M.  Understanding the Impact of Ethics and Fraud in Business

Instructed by Emilie Deveraux and Ayla Grady

This session will cover how to define fraud and begin to think forensically. You will learn about fraud detection, cost, awareness, and anti-fraud measures. Lastly, we will discuss ethical challenges in today’s society and personal accountability.

 

Who should attend this program: Accounting and business professionals

 

CPE

Prerequisites: None          
Program level: Overview
Advance preparation: None
Delivery method: Group Internet Based

Recommended CPE: 4 Credits (1 Credit Auditing (Governmental); 1.5 Credits Economics; 1.5 credits Behavioral Ethics)

 

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CliftonLarsonAllen LLP is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org

 

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