Deloitte Energy Transacting: A View on Accounting and Valuation
Chicago, IL – December 3, 2014
This one-day seminar is designed to provide participants with an update on the current energy transacting market, accounting and valuation trends common in the power and utility industry. In addition, this seminar will provide core technical training relevant to accounting and valuation in the energy transacting space.
This seminar will combine several topics of interest for energy accounting and transacting professionals, including those charged with responsibilities over the finance, accounting and reporting, risk management and compliance functions.
The seminar will be dedicated to technical training, focused on accounting requirements common to energy transacting activities. Participants will acquire knowledge on various topics including the accounting impacts of changing environments within the Regional Transmission Organizations and contract valuation in illiquid markets. Participants will also learn the accounting, financial reporting and related valuation considerations associated with transactions subject to ongoing or emerging standard setting and interpretation.
Participants will select either a basic or advanced session to discuss technical accounting issues within the energy transacting space. The basic session will cover the contract and derivative assessment framework, as well as an overview of normal purchase/normal sale and hedge accounting. The advanced session will focus on carbon and other renewable considerations as well as advanced derivative considerations. Participants will learn to analyze contracts related to energy transacting activities and apply relevant accounting literature to determine the appropriate accounting.
For more information, please contact: USEnergyFallSeminars@deloitte.com.
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