NACVA, NYSSCPA update BV event plans

BVWireIssue #210-4
March 25, 2020

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business valuation profession, conference, national association of certified valuation analysts (NACVA), coronavirus, COVID-19

Last week, we gave you a rundown of how the coronavirus was impacting BV events. Of course, things are rapidly changing, and here are the latest developments with respect to some of those events. Prospective attendees should keep in contact with event organizers for the latest information.

NACVA and the CTI’s 2020 Business Valuation and Financial Litigation Super Conference and training programs for the Certified Valuation Analyst® (CVA®) and Master Analyst in Financial Forensics® (MAFF®) scheduled the week of June 15-20, in Philadelphia, will not be cancelled. “Though our conference is first on deck for the profession from an information and resource perspective, and just over three months away to plan while in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic, we still stay the course,” informs Brien K. Jones, NACVA’s chief operations officer and executive vice president. “We are making plans to restructure these events. Attendees will be able to view conference sessions and training programs and earn NASBA compliant CPE.” The conference is being coordinated in affiliation with the Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs (PICPA).

The New York State Society of CPAs Business Valuation/Litigation Services Conference on May 18 in New York City will go on as planned but will be held via telecommunications, the event’s organizers tell BVWire. More details will be forthcoming.

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