Whether by fluctuations in market capitalization or more systemic, operational disruptions, public companies were impacted by COVID-19. In Q1 2020, many public companies’ financial filings had limited quantifiable financial information related to the pandemic impact. While there is still a great deal of uncertainty as we near the end of Q2, investors will likely expect greater clarity in registrants’ Q2 filings, including a clear assessment of past, current and future impacts of COVID-19 on accounting matters via related disclosures. As public companies prepare Q2 financial reports, several matters should be considered prior to issuance.
Public Company Webinar: Q2 Reporting in the Time of the Coronavirus
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 | 1:00 -2:00 PM CDT
In this live webinar, we’ll cover the following learning objectives:
- Conducting an internal assessment to determine the key areas of risk and the potential impacts on accounting and reporting
- Testing for recoverability or impairment of assets and unique issues for public companies
- Assessing the ability to continue as a going concern
- Determining SEC reporting and disclosure requirements
- Considering other impacts of COVID-19 and the macroeconomic / industry environments
- Kaci Howell, Director in Valuation Services – Weaver
- Phil Ilgenstein, Partner in Assurance Services – Weaver
- Patrick Brown, Partner in Assurance Quality and Risk Management – Weaver
1 CPE credit available for the live webinar • Level: Basic • No prerequisites • Complimentary to attend
This webinar is for all levels of accountants, finance professionals and CFOs. Please note that each person should register and attend individually in order to receive CPE credit.
Can't make this webinar? Registering will allow you to view the webinar on-demand, when it is most convenient for you.
Questions about registration? Contact Kayli McCarver at email@example.com or 817.882.7340.
Public companies were impacted by COVID-19 in various ways, whether simply by fluctuations in market capitalization or more systemic, operational disruptions. In Q1 2020, many public companies’ financial filings had limited quantifiable financial information related to the COVID-19 impact.