Explores the complex procedures necessary for establishing and continuously evaluating internal controls with specific emphasis on loss prevention controls, electronic ordering and DSD fraud, compliance issues, as well as the changing relationship between internal and external auditors. Informal discussion groups encourage both personal involvement and problem solving.
All meeting materials, continental breakfasts, coffee breaks, lunches and receptions. Fee does not include your hotel accommodations.
Who Should Attend:
Financial managers, directors of finance, senior-level internal auditors and controllers. (Closed to the press)
Casual attire is suggested for all activities. For the comfort of all attendees, the meeting rooms wil be smoke free.
Cancellation and Other Policies:
Ful refund if notification is received prior ro one week before (Sept. 30) meeting: 60 percent refund if less than one week's notification. NO REFUND IF NOTIFICATION IS RECEIVED AFTER OCTOBER 7, 2005. For more information regarding administrative policies such as complaints and refunds, please contact our office at 202/220-0710.
Is Media Allowed?
Continuing Education Information:
This conference is at the advanced course level and there are no prerequisites. Attendance at the entire conference earns a maximum of 26 CPE credits in the accounting and auditing field of study.
General Hotel Information:
FMI does not arrange hotel accommodations; they should be made directly with the hotel. A block of sleeping rooms ($159.00 single/5 Cambridge Parkway, Cambridge, MA 02142) for our attendees until September 16, 2005. Reservation requests received after this cutoff will be confirmed on an availability basis at the conference rate. Make your reservations directly with the hotel (617/806-4200) and be sure to identify yourself as an attendee at this FMI meeting to receive the special rate. Reservations must be cancelled TWO days prior to your arrival to ensure advance deposit refund. Check-in time is 3:00pm; check-out time is noon.
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