Update on Valuation for Financial Reporting Related Accounting Standards & Issues
Accounting standard setters, policymakers and accountants around the globe are in the midst of developing broad-reaching procedures that result in the expanded use of “fair value” accounting.
Date November 12, 2014
Why Watch? Valuation experts from our Real Estate and Infrastructure Solutions practice will discuss how the expanded use of “fair value” accounting will dramatically impact financial reporting of real estate assets, investments and acquisitions.
Marc ShapiroManaging Director Mr. Shapiro has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of analysis and valuation of commercial real estate. He specializes in the valuation of individual properties and portfolios of financial reporting, lending, estate planning, gifting, partnership issues, eminent domain, purchase price allocations, ad valorem taxation, litigation support, public offerings, and portfolio analysis and in providing litigation support related to valuation issues
Existing practices and convergences that are underway
How auditors and investors view the work of third-party subject matter experts like appraisers
The FASB/IASB lease accounting rule proposal requiring lessors and lessees to report leases (including real estate) on corporate balance sheets
Mike HeddenManaging Director Mr. Hedden has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of market analysis and valuation of real property. He specializes in providing valuation services, litigation support and expert testimony for clients.