Globalview Advisors will again be a sponsor of The Center for Corporate Reporting and Governance’s (CCRG) 18th Annual SEC “Hot Topics” Conference held this year at the Hotel Irvine. This year’s conference will provide legal and financial updates directly from regulators at the SEC, Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). It will also feature expert panels on social and technological trends transforming business. The conference is intended for C-suite members, audit committee members, auditors, accountants, lawyers, academics and financial professionals.

Keynote Speakers will be Marie Myers, CFO, UiPath and David Cieslak, aka “Inspector Gadget” at RKL eSolutions.

This year’s conference will focus on Transforming Business Socially and Technologically. Questions will be raised such as “Are you Ready for Robotic Process Automation?  Find out how it’s being used and how to plan for its widespread adaptation in business.

Valuation insights from David Cieslak will focus on:

  • Are you ready for the “SUPER CYCLE”?  Get ready, because it’s coming!!
  • Gizmos and gadgets have become an indispensable part of our digital lives—ever transforming the way we work, play and live.  From cloud computing, mobile and hybrid devices to entertainment, home automation and the Internet-of-Things—every aspect of our days are impacted by the latest technology offerings.
  • What single technology is poised to radically transform our profession in the next few years?
  • Environmental, Social and Governance issues—Hear how two companies are closing the gap between corporate and investor considerations.

The CCRG is part of the Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at California State University, Fullerton and housed within the Department of Accounting. It was created in 2003 to address corporate reporting and governance issues facing companies and their auditors in the changing financial environment and is a premier resource for financial reporting and corporate governance in Orange County, California.