Please join Mayer Brown partner Daniel L. Stein at PLI’s Pocket MBA 2017: Finance for Lawyers and Other Professionals in New York. Daniel will co-present on “Financial Improprieties, Fraud & Other Threats to Business.” His discussion will include recent enforcement developments and examples of financial improprieties, steps in-house lawyers and outside counsel should take when financial improprieties are uncovered, threats companies face today: FCPA, Sanctions, AML compliance and more, developing a crisis management plan and other relevant topics.
Why You Should Attend
This program will enhance your understanding of business strategies, accounting fundamentals and vocabulary used by management, investors, auditors and bankers. Practical advice and application of information to actual situations and financial reports will provide participants with opportunities to immediately implement growth and broaden capabilities. The faculty for this program is unusually diverse, including top partners from elite accounting firms and law firms, private equity investors, bankers, consultants and academics.
What You Will Learn
- Learn the key factors shaping financial reporting
- Discuss foundational finance, accounting and economics terminology and principles
- Analyze how businesses generate, deploy and manage capital
- Navigate basic financial statements
- Practice corporate finance concepts
- Examine the use of valuations
- Discover fraud, corruption and regulatory risks
- Earn ethics and skills credit
- Case studies and practical examples employed throughout the program
Who Should Attend
This program is specifically designed for non-accountant, in-house and law firm attorneys and other professionals who work with financial information.
PLI New York Center
1177 Avenue of the Americas, (2nd floor), entrance on 45th Street
New York, New York 10036
For more information or to register, please visit the conference website.