April Half-Day Event
Friday, April 21, 2023
8:00 AM ET
12:00 PM ET
The seminar is designed for CFO's, Controllers, accounting managers, investment officers, treasurers, internal auditors, and similar positions from community banks, thrifts, and credit unions. The following topics will be presented:
Hot Topics in Tax - This session will cover recent corporate tax law changes and topics that are the current focus of external auditors. Presenters Michael Tighe and Howard Braithwaite.
Alteryx for Excel Users in Finance and Tax - In the presentation, we’ll introduce what Alteryx is, discuss common problems that it solves and demonstrate its core functionality. Presenters Ryan Lynch and Blake Lowry.
Fair Lending - Compliance with Fair Lending Regulation continues to be a regulatory focus, and requires; a strong understanding of the laws comprising Fair Lending, as well as the various types of discrimination. This session will provide an in-depth overview, as well as real life examples, and will also include an overview of recent regulatory actions as a result of discrimination and unfair, deceptive, abusive acts or practices (UDAAPs). Presenter Juliya Kofman Greenfield.
Cybersecurity: Risking Risks, Frameworks and Risk Mitigation - Cybersecurity continues to be top of mind for financial institution executives as it requires daily vigilance. Yet how to address risks can vary greatly depending on the nature, size and scope of your organization. Staying in compliance with growing regulatory expectations, while monitoring and maintaining the proper controls, requires dedicated, careful and constant attention and a comprehensive approach. Presenter Michael McAllister.
- Registration | 8:00am - 8:30am ET
Programming | 8:30am - 10:10am ET
Break | 10:10pm - 10:20pm ET
Programming | 10:20pm - 12:00pm ET
Boxed Lunch | 12:00pm ET
Managing Director, Global Tax Management
Mike is a Managing Director within GTM’s lead tax practice based out of the firm’s corporate headquarters in in the Philadelphia Metro region. His broad range of experience providing federal, state, and international tax services to large multinational corporations enables him to deliver improved efficiencies and reduced costs to clients across a variety of industries. Mike’s personal attention to clients and his technical acumen have given him industry recognition as a trusted tax advisor. Since joining GTM in 2005, he has assisted clients with all types of corporate tax services including income tax compliance, ASC 740 provision calculations, due diligence, and tax planning.
Principal, Global Tax Management
Chief Technology & Information Officer, Global Tax Management
As Chief Technology & Information Officer (CTIO) for GTM, Ryan provides strategic technology leadership across the entire organization by advancing continuous innovation in GTM’s services delivery model. In this role, Ryan is also responsible for executive oversight of GTM’s Tax Automation Services (TAS) practice. The TAS practice has experienced significant business and personnel growth under his leadership. Ryan is committed to providing clients with technology-enabled services in a practical and value-added manner. This includes corporate tax software applications and enterprise technologies such as business intelligence, data management, collaboration, and RPA software.
Howard is a Principal at GTM based in the firm’s Philadelphia Metro office. His primary focus is on federal and U.S. international income tax matters. Howard has more than forty years of professional tax experience, all with two Big Four firms: PwC and KPMG. The majority of the time with PwC was with their Washington National Tax Practice. The ten years was in the International Tax Practice group with KPMG. During this time, Howard managed tax consulting services related to federal and U.S. international tax matters, as well as tax provision review services. Early in his career he devoted time to tax compliance services in the form of review of client federal income tax returns.
Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel
Global Tax Management
Earn up to 4 Hour of CPE Credit.
Field of Study:
Information Technology, Specialized Knowledge and Taxes
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Refunds and Cancellations
A refund will be provided for cancellations received by FMS in writing prior to one (1) week before the program start date. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after that date. A substitution from your institution is welcome at any time. FMS reserves the right to change instructors or reschedule/cancel sessions when necessary. FMS is not responsible for airfare penalties incurred due to the cancellation of the program. For more information regarding refunds, concerns and/or program cancellation policies, please contact our office at (312) 578-1300.
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