Long duration contracts: targeted improvements
Long duration contracts: targeted improvements
WEBCAST

Accounting for Chapter 11 reorganizations

Aug 15, 2019 12:00

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Qualified participants can get 1.0 CPE credits

Webcast Overview:

KPMG professionals discuss accounting for Chapter 11 reorganizations under ASC 852-10.

Webcast course objective

  • To provide an introduction to some of the common accounting and financial reporting challenges faced by debtors during Chapter 11 reorganization and upon emergence

Applicability

  • All companies 

Contents

  • During Chapter 11 Reorganization
    • Consolidation considerations 
    • Accounting for liabilities 
    • Presentation of reorganization items 
    • Accounting for executory contracts 
    • Article 11 pro forma financial statements 
  • Upon emergence from Chapter 11
    • Determining whether to apply fresh-start accounting 
    • Fresh-start accounting
    • Accounting when fresh-start accounting is not applied

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Once this webcast has been presented, it will be available as a CPE-Eligible Self-Study

This live webcast will be converted to a CPE-eligible self-study and is available for a nominal fee through KPMG Executive Education.

This self-study is also mobile-friendly.

If you did not attend the live webcast, but are interested in earning CPE credit for participating in this webcast, visit KPMG Learning.

Featured speakers:

David Elsbree Jr.

David Elsbree Jr.

Partner, Audit, AQPP - Accounting Standards, KPMG (US)

+1 212-909-5245
Nick Burgmeier

Nick Burgmeier

Partner, DPP, KPMG (US)

+1 212-909-5455
Joseph D. Yusz

Joseph D. Yusz

Managing Director, Accounting Advisory Services, KPMG (US)

+1 713-319-2787
Carla Anderson

Carla Anderson

Director, Department of Professional Practice, KPMG (US)

+1 212-872-4433

 

 

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