2017 AICPA Conference Event Recap

On November 13-15, 2017, the American Society of Appraisers participated at the Forensic and Valuation Services Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. This three-day event, hosted by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), offered astonishing sessions, first class exhibitions, and unparalleled networking opportunities. Supported by an exceptionally strong roster of speakers, this conference represented a unique platform that featured distinct perspectives of valuation and forensic accounting with additional guidance on litigation, practice management and fair value measurement. ASA was represented by Texas-based business valuation appraiser Bruce A. Johnson, ASA and ASA’s Marketing and Communications Assistant, Jennifer Aguilar.

Jennifer speaking with an attendee

Our volunteers spent most of their time addressing the need for qualified valuation professionals, the reasons why they should join ASA, and how ASA can help benefit them and their career. Many were unaware of ASA’s Professional Education Equivalency Program, a program allowing ABVs and CPAs to bypass certain accreditation requirements, and were interested in learning more. ASA also held a raffle offering a grand prize of 1 Yeti cooler and 2 Yeti mugs.

The American Society of Appraisers would like to thank our volunteers for their time and efforts for representing our society.

For more information on ASA Professional Education Equivalency Program, Visit ASA Online or call us at (800) 272 -8258.

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