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XBRL Part II Implementation: Are You Ready? Live Webinar March 18, 2009, 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ET)

Posted By ED

Note: XBRL has been mandated by the SEC for large organizations and will likely become part of the medical bank environment over time so I've provide this event pointer. 


U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
David Blaszkowsky
Director, Office of Interactive Disclosure

Bowne & Co., Inc.
Rob Blake
Senior Director of Interactive Services and founding member of XBRL.ORG

International Accounting Standards Committee Foundation
Kurt P. Ramin, CPA, MBA, CEBS
Chairman (Emeritus) of XBRL International
Advisor, IASCF

Ernst & Young LLP
Paul A. Penler
Executive Director, Auditing Tools and Techniques Global Assurance and Audit Practice

Summary: Implementation of The SEC's mandate to adopt XBRL-based financial reporting is now closer than ever. XML data tagging to makes it easier for internal controls, shareholders, investors, analysts, and the regulators to mine financial reports for data. Moreover, it helps provide an interactive data that is helpful in automating regulatory filings and business information processing. As the proposed timetable for the adoption of XBRL-based financial reporting is fast approaching, affected entities should be well-informed and use this format now or run the risk of not being able to fully utilize this feature rich reporting method.

The Knowledge Congress is producing a follow up to its highly successful webinar in September to discuss updates, the recent and the possible impact of XBRL in various financial reporting processes. Key experts and regulators are expected to speak at this event. The event will take place on March 18, 2009, 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ET). Click the button below to register in this event.

Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: None
Method Of Presentation: Group-Based-Internet
Developer: The Knowledge Conference
Recommended CLE/CPE Hours: 1.75 - 2.0 (Please note, your State Bar or Accounting Board will make the final determination with respect to continuing education credit. If you are applying for CLE credit in Texas you must register 20 days before the event date.)
Advance Preparation: Print and review course materials
Course Code: 083817
Course Fee: $199 - $299 (Please click here for details)
NASBA Sponsor Number: 109004

We are an approved multi-event sponsor in the state of California. Our provider ID is: 14451. In Texas, Illinois, & Virginia, we submit programs for individual approval in advance. In New York, our programs are submitted immediately after the event live date and attendees are sent the approval codes once we receive them from the New York State Bar. All Other states: Once attendance is verified, attendees are emailed an official certificate of attendance which they submit to their respective State Bar Associations. Our programs are created with continuing education in mind and therefore are designed to meet the requirements of all State Bar Associations. If you have any questions, please email our CLE coordination: [email protected]

Important Notice:
Discounts apply for early registration. If you have a scheduling conflict and can't attend this live event on its scheduled date, you may want to order the full recording of the event for your review at your convenience.
Please email: [email protected] for any question or if you wish to order the recording.

For Group registrations please call 1.800.578.4370 for more info.

Unlimited Attendance Plans:
The Knowledge Congress has an extremely affordable benefit rich group preferred plan for companies that send multiple people to multiple webcasts. In addition to saving, you'll receive many exclusive benefits.  

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