Dilworth Paxson’s Joseph F. Kessler to be a Panelist at “Looming Changes in Accounting for Leases” event on October 23

10/22/2018

Joseph F. Kessler, a Dilworth Paxson Partner and Chair of the Firm’s Real Estate practice group will be a panelist at the “Looming Changes in Accounting for Leases” event on Tuesday, October 23. He will provide the Legal Perspective on the subject. Additional panelists will provide the Accounting Perspective and the Banking Perspective.

About the event

New revenue recognition standards for lessees are on the horizon for 2019. In one of the most significant changes to accounting  principles in recent years, the new standard introduces implications on lease contracts, financial statements, SEC filings, loan covenants, financial ratios, and more.

Hear from a panel of experts who will clarify the requirements, explain how your company can prepare for the upcoming changes, and share their insight on  what to expect in 2019 and beyond.

Additional Panelists

  • Accounting Perspective: Ren Cicalese III, CPA, MST, Alloy Silverstein
  • Banking Perspective: Erik Larsen, Investors Bank

The event will be held at Maggiano’s Little Italy, 2000 Route 38, Cherry Hill, NJ from 4:00 – 6:00 PM. RSVP to events@alloysilverstein.com.

This event is brought to you by Dilworth Paxson LLP, Alloy Silverstein Accountants and Advisors, and Investors Bank

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