One of the most important policy decisions you will need to make to implement the new lease accounting standards is whether to perform asset or contract level lease accounting. This decision will affect everything from data collection and software selection to financial reporting and SOX compliance.
Implementing the New Lease Accounting Standards
Hosted by ClearLaw Institute.
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What You Will Learn on the Webinar
Key topics covered will include:
- Why the new standards were developed
- Impacts to financial metrics – EBITDA, Earnings Per Share, Return on Assets
- Comparison of new standards to old standards
- List of key implementation deadlines
- How to develop a project strategy
Get Your Questions Answered
By Our Panel of Lease Accounting & Administration Experts
Topics will include common questions such as:
Who should be on the lease accounting project team?
How long will the implementation project take?
How do you find out what you lease?
What are the differences between real estate leases and equipment leases?
What data do you need and where to find it?
Our expert panelists have a combined total of over 100 years of leasing experience including:
Roles such as Controller, Accounting, Operations, Audit, Leasing
Companies such as Dell, CIBC, Bombardier, Mobil Oil, XO Communications
Submit your questions in advance or live on the phone.
Watch the Replay On Demand
Originally Recorded on June 1st, 2016
Vice President of Operations
Bruce has responsibility for managing Equipment Leasing programs of several Fortune 1000 corporations. Acting as an extension of our client’s finance and treasury departments, Bruce’s team assists these Lessees with their enterprise equipment lease management program, including accounting and SEC disclosures. Bruce has over 20 years of experience in the equipment leasing sector, including senior level positions at Bombardier Capital, CIBC Finance Inc, and AT&T Capital. Bruce started his career as an auditor with KPMG and PriceWaterhouse.
Director of Customer Services
Scott is responsible for ensuring that LeaseAccelerator customers achieve the financial benefits and strategic goals they have outlined for their leasing programs. Scott has over 25 years of experience in various financial, accounting and IT leadership roles. He founded and led his own leasing strategy consulting firm for over 10 years. Earlier in his career, Scott worked for Clark Construction and Mobil Oil in various Treasury, Financial Planning, Analysis and Operations roles. At Mobil he managed a seven-figure IT equipment leasing program for all of the company’s US data center technology. Scott has an MBA in Finance, Accounting and Information Technology.
Director of Product Management
As the Director of Product Management for LeaseAccelerator, Mark is responsible for interpreting FASB and IFRS standards as well as gathering customer priorities to define the company’s product strategy. Mark has over 30 years of experience in finance and accounting, primarily in Vice President level roles at various telecommunications and software firms. An expert in real estate and equipment leasing, Koppersmith also has done extensive work with accounting and accrual analysis; purchasing and strategic sourcing. Mark started his career as a Staff Auditor at Peat Marwick after earning an Accounting degree and CPA.
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