Start planning your BV conference season now

BVWireIssue #54-4
March 28, 2007

It’s that time of year again: The business valuation conference season is already beginning to heat up, with bi-coastal meetings in May of the ASA’s New York and Los Angeles chapters (see BVWire #54-2).   That same month, state CPA societies of New York and Illinois are also sponsoring one-day BV seminars, the latter featuring such top-notch speakers as Nancy Fannon, Jim Hitchner, and Warren Miller.

This is all leading up to the national gatherings, of course, starting with:

  • NACVA’s (National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts) 14th Annual Consultants’ Conference in Washington, D.C. June 6-9;
  • IBA’s (Institute of Business Appraisers) 2007 Symposium in Denver, Colorado, June 20-23; and
  • ASA’s International Conference in Hollywood, California, July 15-18.  

Rounding out the season is the AICPA’s National Business Valuation Conference in New Orleans, December 2-4, 2007.

Think it’s too soon to start planning?   Sources at the IBA tell us that reserved rooms at the conference hotel “are going fast.”   And we know of at least one early-bird group of AICPA/BV leaders who’ve already booked a balcony room overlooking Bourbon Street.   To plan for all BV conferences, educational sessions and events, visit our comprehensive calendar at

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