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November 2017 IIA Training Event

IIA Memphis Chapter

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (CST)

November 2017 IIA Training Event

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Member Ticket - $35.00
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Nov 10, 2017 Free  
Non-Member Ticket -$45.00
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Nov 10, 2017 Free  

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You are invited to the Memphis Chapter IIA November 14, 2017 Training Event.


Time:

Registration        11:00 am – 11:30 am

Lunch will start promptly at 11:30 pm

Speaker               11:45 pm – 1:30 pm


CPE:

 2 CPE hours

 

IIA CPE credits are accepted by most professional licensed organizations, including NASBA.

 

Topic:

Fraud Exposed using Forensic Accounting and other Investigation Techniques

 

Speaker:

 

Les Alexander, III, CPA/ABV/CFF. CFE. CGMA

CEO and Chairman of AEA Group

 

Mr. Alexander is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AEA Group. He is a former partner of PwC and former southeastern practice leader of one of its legacy firm's consulting practices. Mr. Alexander has practiced for more than three decades performing audit, tax and consulting services. In recent years, Mr. Alexander has concentrated his practice in the areas of fraud investigation, forensic accounting and valuation consulting services.

 

Mr. Alexander has provided services and, from time to time, expert testimony in Federal and state courts and in situations involving alternative dispute resolution. He has provided testimony in connection with contract disputes, wage and hour disputes, other employment disputes, healthcare fraud, mortgage servicing rights issues, security issues, insurance coverage issues, non-compete agreements, business combination agreements, lost profits, business valuation and various other matters. He has testified in Federal court and state courts in connection with class action certification hearings and class action fairness hearings. In addition, Mr. Alexander's experience includes testimony about risk management practices and standards of care in auditing, operating and controlling business assets and activities. Mr. Alexander has concentrated experience in the energy, construction, financial services and healthcare industries.

He is experienced in and has provided business valuation, acquisition due diligence, financial advisory, tax advisory, investment advisory, forensic accounting, fraud investigation, cash tracing and cost accounting services. He has evaluated the value of ownership interests in businesses in connection with acquisitions, disposals and disputes. He has performed suitability studies in connection with investment transactions in a wide range of financial instruments. He has traced the flow of cash and determined the sources and uses of funds. In addition,he has performed incremental cost studies, contribution margin studies and other applications of cost accounting for clients in connection with new products, acquisitions, patent valuations and evaluation of trademarks. This experience includes making projections of incremental revenues and costs in connection with profitability analysis of proposed business ventures, new products and other profitability analysis for companies.

Throughout his career, Mr. Alexander has advised governing bodies, committees and senior management on their role in risk management and oversight activities of companies. His clients have included publicly traded companies, privately held companies, governmental entities and tax-exempt entities. He has advised governing bodies overseeing companies in the start-up/growth, mature and restructuring phases of operational development. He has performed these services for governing bodies overseeing companies operating in a variety of industries.

Mr. Alexander has performed determinations of solvency; determined financial feasibility of turnaround plans; investigated potentially fraudulent transfers made by debtors; analyzed preferential payments to creditors; analyzed the course of dealings between debtor/creditor; and valued the consideration received when a debtor transfers assets. Mr. Alexander has testified in court as an expert witness concerning solvency, fraudulent transfers, preference payments, ordinary course of business, reasonably equivalent value, cash/collateral tracing, lost profits, business valuation and records reconstruction.

 Further, Mr. Alexander has been appointed Trustee of both Chapter 11 and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Estates and served as a lead advisor for various financial institutions in connection with their underwriting and credit/investment evaluation activities. Creditors and Trustees have engaged Mr. Alexander to review financial feasibility of plans of reorganization, investigate insider transactions, value businesses and to evaluate loan collateral.


Acknowledgement Cancellation/No Show Terms & Conditions

In order to register for this training event, registrants must accept the following cancellation/no show terms and conditions:

1)    Cancellations can be made for this event until Friday November 10, 2017 at 3:00PM without any charge. 

2)    If registration is canceled after 3:01 PM on Friday November 10, 2017, then the full registration fee must be paid to the IIA Memphis Chapter. 

3)    Individuals that have registered and is a no show the full registration fee must be paid the IIA Memphis Chapter.

These terms & conditions must be accepted in order to complete registration for this training event.

Have questions about November 2017 IIA Training Event? Contact IIA Memphis Chapter

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Memphis
5069 Sanderlin Avenue
Memphis, TN 38117

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (CST)


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IIA Memphis Chapter

The Memphis Chapter of the IIA is a very diverse chapter with over 430 members in more than 86 Corporations and 10 government agencies. The IIA is the internal audit profession's global voice, recognized authority, acknowledged leader, chief advocate, and principal educator. Generally, members work in internal auditing, risk management, governance, internal control, information technology audit, education, and security.  We offer monthly training classes from September to May each year, with additional full day and half day seminars to provide many training opportunities. The Memphis Chapter also hosts an Annual Student Day meeting and a Chief Audit Executive Roundtable.

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