AICPA issues its first wave of CEIV credentials

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has doled out its first batch of certifications for the new Certified in Entity and Intangible Valuation™ (CEIV™) credential. The individuals who have attained the credential are: Gary Roland (Duff & Phelps), Marianna Todorova (Duff & Phelps), Chris Lopp (HoganTaylor), Geoffrey Dennis (KPMG), David Larsen (Duff & Phelps), Jeff Hanson (Jeff S. Hanson CPA), Andy Smith (The McLean Group), and Travis Harms (Mercer Capital). BVWire congratulates these individuals!

The CEIV credential is related to fair value for financial reporting, and it has been developed under a joint effort by the AICPA, ASA, and RICS. Each of these groups offers training (online and in a live class setting) and issues the credential. There’s a special CEIV website where you can find more information.

Extra: The AICPA has a series of fair value quizzes designed to test your understanding of specific topics within the fair value measurement competency model. Try them out—you’ll get your results instantly. Also, BVR has a recent webinar that explains the credential and how to get it.