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Learn about the most commonly encountered U.S. GAAP disclosure requirements.
Attendees will benefit from an overview of the structure of the FASB Accounting Standards Codification and its more significant disclosure requirements applicable to non-public, small and medium-sized businesses. Topics include coverage of entities using a special purpose framework.
CPAs, accountants and financial professionals.
Howard Sibelman, CPA is a discussion leader for the CalCPA and Loscalzo Associates Ltd. Most recently, as the former education director and director of subscriber services for Crowe Horwath International, an international network of 140 accounting firms, Sibelman provided leadership on audit methodology, the CaseWare Crowe Horwath International Audit Template, training initiatives and accounting and auditing technical support to the Crowe Horwath International Subscriber Group. Immediately prior to joining Crowe Horwath International, he was a business assurance partner at Moss Adams, the 11th largest accounting firm in the United States. At Moss Adams, Sibelman was a member of the firm’s International Services Group, IFRS Core Training Group, and quality control coordinator for the Los Angeles office. He has extensive experience in accounting, auditing and consulting to middle-market companies.
An integral part of Sibelman’s background is education. During his 45-plus year career as an auditor, 30-plus years as an audit partner, he was national CPE director for a national CPA firm, an instructor at USC, on the faculty of two of the largest CPA review courses, and has authored and facilitated numerous firm and CPA society education programs. He was also a founding member of the AICPA Employee Benefit Plans Quality Center Executive Committee, and recently served as chairman of the CalCPA state Accounting Principles and Assurance Standards Committee. Sibelman received his bachelor’s degree in economics (major in accounting), cum laude, from Brooklyn College and his master of business taxation from the University of Southern California (USC).