Transitioning to the new FASB/IASB lease accounting standards is a significant undertaking for any organization. The deadline to implement is 2018, but waiting could increase your risk and increase costs. Do you have the right cross-functional team, strategy and processes in place for meeting new FASB/IASB requirements? 

This webinar will cover: 

 -  How to meet FASB/IASB compliance regulations without major disruptions to operations
 -  Opportunities to improve business processes while adopting the new standard
 -  The steps necessary for achieving implementation success
 -  Tips and tricks for easy and effective implementations 

Hear from the experts on what it will take for your organization to become compliant to the new lease accounting standards, and understand why your implementation needs to start in 2017. 


Rich Golem
Senior Director Product Management, Lucernex

Rich has over 20 years of product management and software development experience driving growth in fast-paced technology environments, with an emphasis on financial management software applications.

Prior to Lucernex, Rich worked with talented teams to build successful software product lines for RealPage, Intuit and Lacerte Tax Software.  Originally from Southern California and an alumnus of University of California, Santa Barbara, Rich has been resident in Dallas, TX since 1991.

Denise Hinkle
VP Client Development, Fell Lease Administration

Ms. Hinkle has over 25 years’ industry specific experience which results in a deep understanding of the issues and challenges that tenant end users face in an ever-changing business climate. Prior to joining Fell, Ms. Hinkle worked for Deloitte where she directed and provided consulting services, including process improvement, benchmarking, data validation and compliance, lease administration, lease audit, reverse lease audit and expert witness services.

Denise is actively involved in the Chicago Chapter of CoreNet Global and Chicago Real Estate Executive Women (CREW). She earned her degree from Northern Illinois University and is a CPA (inactive) in the State of Illinois.

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