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Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is joined by Ugo Alisiobi, ITS Partner, based in our New York Metro ITS practice, for Ugo's first time in St. Louis. They discuss their paths to careers in international taxation; the struggles, joys, and rewards of being an international tax practitioner; being proactive and authentic in your career; imposter syndrome; finding - and being - a mentor; and working at PwC.
In each episode of our What's trending in SEC comments series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance for the most common topical areas of the financial statements.This week we focus on debt, warrants, and equity. Tom Barbieri, a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office, and John Horan, Managing Director in PwC's National Office, joined Heather Horn to break down some of the questions raised in these comments, giving you a deeper understanding of the SEC staff's expectations, as well as context and insights into the GAAP requirements.Topics include:1:46 - What types of comments are companies getting? Tom and John discuss the main themes of comments. Common questions relate to SPAC warrants and earnouts, debt modifications, preferred stock, embedded derivatives, and EPS.4:51 - SPAC warrants and earnouts. Accounting for SPAC warrants and earnouts can be complicated. John and Heather discuss the types of questions the SEC is asking on this topic and some best practices for determining the appropriate accounting.17:34 - Debt modifications and extinguishments. Accounting for a troubled debt restructuring, debt modifications, or extinguishment can be complex. Tom and Heather discuss some tips for getting disclosures about these transactions right the first time.23:51 - Preferred stock. John and Heather talk about the SEC staff's interest in particular topical areas when asking about preferred stock. 31:05 - Embedded derivatives. Tom and Heather discuss accounting for embedded conversion features and other redemption provisions, and the importance of providing the right level of context for these in your disclosures.33:51 - Earnings per share. EPS has continued to be an ongoing area of focus for the SEC staff. John explains some of the areas that might give rise to a comment.40:03 - Key takeaways and reminders. We close with some future areas to pay attention to and helpful advice for issuers to address these issues heading into year end. Heather tries to stump Tom and John with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous comment letter podcasts: Revenue: What's trending in SEC comments, Goodwill: What's trending in SEC comments, and Inventory and cost of sales: What's trending in SEC comments, Segment reporting: What's trending in SEC commentsFinancial statement presentation guide: Chapter 5: Stockholders' Equity, Chapter 12: Debt, Chapter 19: Derivatives and HedgingSee our overview of SEC Comment Letter Trends
In our Talking ESG podcast series, we give an end-to-end look at what it takes to build effective ESG reporting in today's environment. From investor to stakeholder expectations, from global frameworks to data, process, and controls—there's something in it for everyone.This week Heather Horn sat down with Kyle Moffatt, PwC National Office partner, and Sheri Wyatt, a partner in PwC's ESG practice and Diversity leader for Trust Solutions, to help listeners gain a better understanding of the current landscape at the SEC related to ESG reporting and how it may affect your company.Topics include:1:30 - The latest from the SEC. We begin the conversation with an update on the SEC's new administration and proposals for new disclosures. Kyle takes listeners through what this means for issuers.6:56 - Human capital disclosures. Companies made their principles-based human capital disclosures for the first time last year. Kyle and Sheri discuss the result of those disclosures and where they see investor focus.15:30 - Climate change disclosures. Kyle and Heather discuss the SEC's continued focus on climate change-related risk disclosures. Even absent new rules on climate disclosures, there is a lot for companies to monitor in order to comply with existing guidance.20:43 - Highlights from comment letters. The SEC has released a number of comment letters around companies' human capital and climate disclosures. Kyle and Sheri help unpack these letters and give listeners a preview of how registrants are responding. 38:45 - Advice for listeners. There's some judgment to determining what's sufficient disclosure. Kyle and Sheri give their points of view on what companies should be considering in relation to their human capital and climate change disclosures.41:33 - What's coming next? Sheri and Kyle take listeners through the expected timeline for upcoming SEC rules and proposals related to ESG disclosures.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous podcast in this series Talking ESG: Demystifying the reporting landscapeSEC's Sample Letter to Companies Regarding Climate Change DisclosuresKyle Moffatt is a partner in PwC's National Office where he consults with engagement teams and audit clients on SEC reporting matters. He joined PwC in 2020 after spending almost 20 years with the SEC, most recently as Chief Accountant and Disclosure Program Director in the Division of Corporation Finance.Sheri Wyatt is a partner in PwC's sustainability practice and also serves as the diversity leader for the US Assurance line of service. She has over 20 years of experience advising companies on the adoption of new accounting and financial reporting standards, from assessing current state through operationalizing compliance with new standards and policies.Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
In each episode of our What's trending in SEC comments series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance for the most common topical areas of the financial statements.This week we focus on segment reporting. Matt Sabatini and Reto Micheluzzi, PwC National Office partners, joined Heather Horn to break down some of the questions raised in these comments, giving you a deeper understanding of the SEC staff's expectations, as well as context and insights into the GAAP requirements.Topics include:1:49 - A refresher on segment disclosures. Matt and Reto set the stage with an overview of the disclosure rules. Reto updates listeners on the current FASB project that may change the current segment disclosure requirements.10:09 - What types of comments are companies getting? Matt and Reto discuss the main themes of recent comments. Common questions relate to how the company determined the Chief Operating Decision Maker, identified operating segments, and aggregated its operating segments to reportable segments, and the completeness of its entity-wide segment disclosures.15:19 - Identifying reportable segments. Matt gives an overview of comments that issuers have received about identifying reportable segments. Issuers typically receive more questions when identifying only one reportable segment. 17:12 - Entity wide disclosures. There are a number of entity-wide disclosures that must be made even when the entity identifies only one reportable segment. Matt and Heather discuss some tips for getting these right.20:19 - Aggregation of operating segments. Aggregating operating segments into a reportable segment is an area that requires significant judgment. Matt and Reto give some of the steps you can take to avoid common pitfalls.31:32 - Key takeaways and reminders. We close with helpful advice to address segment issues heading into year end. Heather tries to stump Matt and Reto with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous comment letter podcasts Revenue: What's trending in SEC comments, Goodwill: What's trending in SEC comments, and Inventory and cost of sales: What's trending in SEC commentsFinancial statement presentation guide: Chapter 25 segment reporting, including the flowchart for determining reportable segments in Chapter 25.3See our overview of SEC Comment Letter TrendsMatt Sabatini is a partner in PwC's National Office.Reto Micheluzzi is a partner in PwC's National Office with over 25 years of experience solving his clients' most complex accounting and financial reporting issues, creating a path through the dense regulatory framework and bodies of rules. He has a deep understanding of the demands associated with today's accounting complexities and potential SEC reporting issues, primarily related to M&A, consolidation, reorganizations, and income taxes.
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Tune into this episode of PwC's Next in Health to hear Strategy& Principal, Igor Belokrinitsky and PwC's Health Industries Vice Chair, Jenny Colapietro, in discussion with PwC's Consulting Solutions Director, Aparna Kumar, on how the next generation is transforming philanthropy to drive organizational success and social change, including:The current philanthropic funding landscapeBenefits of strategic partnershipsThe role of technology in shaping the future of philanthropyBridging the relationship between philanthropy and ESG
Debbi Mack interviews crime writer Iain Parke. This is the Crime Cafe, your podcasting source of great crime, suspense and thriller writing. I'm your host Debbi Mack. Before I bring on my guest, I'll just remind you that the Crime Cafe has two eBooks for sale: the nine book box set and the short story anthology. You can find the buy inks for both on my website, debbimack.com under the Crime Cafe link. You can also get a free copy of either book if you become a Patreon supporter. You'll get that and much more if you support the podcast on Patreon, along with our eternal gratitude for doing so. Check us out on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/crimecafe Debbi (00:54): But first, let me put in a good word for Blubrry podcasting. I'm a Blubrry affiliate, but that's not the only reason I'm telling you this. I've been using Blubrry Podcasting as my hosting service for my podcast for years and it's one of the best decisions I ever made. They give great customer service, you're in complete control of your own podcast, you can run it from your own website, and it just takes a lot of the work out of podcasting for me. I find for that reason that it's a company that I can get behind 100% and say, “You should try this.” Try Blubrry. It doesn't require a long-term contract, and it's just a great company, period. It also has free technical support by email, video, and phone, so you can get a human being there. Isn't that nice? If you want to podcast, try out Blubrry. No long-term contract, excellent distribution, and great technical support, too, by email, video, and on the phone. I've included an affiliate link on this blog. Here's a link to a PDF copy of the interview. Debbi: Hi, everyone. Before I introduce my guest, I'll just mention that my latest novel, Fatal Connections is out now. It's the second Erica Jensen mystery. And since Erica is a female marine veteran, Veterans Day seemed like a good day to have it released. So, if you like hard-boiled mystery, please check it out. Yes, it's at all the usual retailers, so do check it out, including Amazon, of course. But with me today is a guy who writes about motorcycle clubs, or as it's described on his website, Biker Noir. I like that description. You should totally check out his writing sample on his website. It's really awesome. And with me today then is Iain Parke. Hi, Iain. How are you doing? Iain Parke: Hi, very well. Thank you. Greetings from across the pond on a fairly grotty November night. Debbi: It's kind of grotty around here. It's not nice, but it's been raining. Actually, it was kind of nice. It's cleared up and well, we kind of went from rain to cleared up. So, it was not so bad, really when it comes down to it. [crosstalk] Iain: Yeah, you can tell you're talking to someone from England because we're on to the weather already. I mean that's all we talk about. Debbi: That's all we talk about in Maryland too, that's interesting. Very, very interesting. I got to tell you though, I noticed you have an MBA and an interesting background, insolvency and business restructuring. So, the fact that you kind of drew on that experience to write a conspiracy thriller as a novel seem to suggest something dire. Iain: Yeah. I did an MBA and was interested in running businesses, and set out effectively to have a career in running businesses and doing just things in this sort of distressed business space. And I won't bore you with the career history, but essentially at one point I ended up, I wanted to get a secondment. I was working for PwC, one of the big firms at the time and I wanted to secondment to Canada and I ended up in Tanzania, which just proves my geography is fairly lousy. So, from going to the west coast of Canada to going to East Africa, I ended up sort of running a match factory with about a thousand employees, including 300 ladies putting matches into boxes by hand on the slopes of Kilimanjaro for a year.
Well it's Tuesday, and you know what that means? It means we finally get a new episode of the PWC Tuesday Night Conflict! Right here on the PWC Network! And on AtMark.com! Tonight's hosts are noe other than Jimmy T from the PWC! And also fellow PWC member, Jeff Lippman who's the host of The hammerlock hangover and also the garden of doom! Are your hosts for the evening where the boys not only review Wwe's nxt 2.0! But also touch on why the demos don't really matter? And Jeff tells you why…also the boys talk garden of doom! And give you a preview on what to expect on the show? All this and more! As them boys of the PWC brings you another edition of the PWC Tuesday Night Conflict 2.0 Right here on the PWC Network! And also on atmark media! http://atmarkmedia. HTM Podcast Network www.hittingthemarks.com website https://www.michaeljargo.com/ Connect with the PWC Discussion Group on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/groups/411279583594329 https://twitter.com/_DJMASSFX_ https://twitter.com/PWC_NETWORK PwHustle Network https://pwhustlenetworks.podbean.com/ www.thepwcnetwork.podbean.com
The interest of investments in Puerto Rico has increased dramatically over the last few years. When looking to do business, it is important to understand the differences, like the filing requirements and the tax liabilities, of its separate tax regime. PwC professionals from the State and Local Tax practice explore Puerto Rico's unique laws and regulations and the implications for the asset and wealth management industry.Presenters:Jennifer Rada, State and Local Tax Partner, PwC USJohnny Garcia, State and Local Tax Principal, PwC US
In this episode, we had the opportunity to sit down with Vince Small and Mike Maurer from FD Fund Administration, for an interview. This interview continued our mini-series on "A Look Behind the Curtain of a Private Equity Fund".If you have never heard of a Fund Administrator, this is a great episode to listen to. Remember, this is your MBA. Have a notepad handy and get ready to take some notes!Below are few topics that we covered during the interview:✅ What exactly is a Fund Administrator?✅ What type of operators are most likely to use a Fund Administrator?✅ Complexity of fund valuations when evaluating a multi-asset fund✅ Looking at predictions in the commercial real estate market✅ And More....Vince's Bio:Vince has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry and partnership accounting, with the last five years, focused on Real Estate. Prior to joining “FD Fund Administration”, he held the position of Controller for a multi-billion dollar real estate family of funds, overseeing the accounting and reporting for several of their Real Estate partnerships with over $2 billion in commitments.Earlier in his career, Vince was Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer for an investment advisor with over $800 million in assets under management. He spent six years with PwC as an Audit Manager in their financial services group, where he focused primarily on audits of large mutual fund companies and alternative investment clients.Mike's Bio:Mike has over 20 years of experience in finance and analytics, including nine years in commercial real estate and five in private equity. Prior to joining “FD Fund Administration”, he was Director of the valuations and analytics functions for a multi-billion dollar real estate family of funds. Mike also held various roles with Capmark Financial Group (formerly GMAC Commercial Mortgage) in its Global Treasury and Financial Planning and Analysis groups. Early in his career, he led accounting and risk management operations in the telecommunications, technology and healthcare sectors.You can reach out to connect and speak with Vince and Mike by going to their website at www.fd-fa.com.Please subscribe to the Real Estate Investor MBA Podcast on the following platforms: YouTube iTunes Spotify Stitcher iHeart Radio TuneIN Google Podcast If you like what we are doing and see that we are providing a lot of value, please be sure to leave us a 5-star review and positive comment. In doing so, this helps us continue to attract the highest quality type guests to interview and for you to listen to.Check out our website at www.realestateinvestormba.com Follow us on Social Media: ✔️ Facebook✔️ LinkedIn
Dana Telsey discusses how retailers are trying to stay on top of supply chain issues, and which chains are set to win this holiday season. Plus, PwC has crunched the number on progress being made in the return of business travel. And, do you have lunch plans? Robert Frank says if you're a power player in New York, you probably do.
In our Talking ESG podcast series, we give an end-to-end look at what it takes to build effective ESG reporting in today's environment. From investor to stakeholder expectations, from global frameworks to data, process, and controls—there's something in it for everyone.This week Heather Horn sat down with Eelco van der Enden, PwC's Global ESG Tax & Legal Services platform leader and newly-appointed CEO of the Global Reporting Initiative, to help listeners gain a deeper understanding of the standards produced by GRI.Topics include:6:52 - What is GRI? We begin the conversation with a discussion on GRI's past and present. Eelco takes listeners through the history of GRI and explains why he believes these standards have a strong linkage to enterprise value creation.21:32 - Spurring companies to take action. As more investors call for standardization, Eelco and Heather discuss how the visibility and transparency that come from ESG reporting can spur companies to make changes.32:27 - Setting up controls and processes. More and more companies are starting to move towards increased ESG reporting, whether purely voluntary or in anticipation of upcoming rules. Eelco explains how companies can effectively manage the necessary process and control changes.41:55 - The current lay of the land. Eelco gives listeners his perspective on the current landscape of ESG reporting and how GRI fits in with the other broad frameworks such as SASB.47:32 - Advice for listeners. Eelco gives his point of view on what companies should be thinking about as they start building out their ESG reporting.Want to learn more?Listen to some of our previous podcasts in this series, Talking ESG: How new EU rules may impact your reporting, and Talking ESG: Demystifying the reporting landscapeEelco van der Enden leads PwC's global ESG platform for Tax & Legal and People Services and PwC's Tax Administration Consulting practice. He supports public and private sector organisations adjusting their tax operations to an ESG focused economy. Eelco is a member of the global board of directors of GRI and was a co-writer of the GRI 207: Tax standard. Eelco is also Chairman of the Tax Policy Group of Accountancy Europe, member of the EU GTG Committee and has published more than 50 articles on tax governance and reporting. Effective January 1, 2022, Eelco will join GRI as CEO.Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Byron Carlock, the U.S. real estate practice leader with PwC, joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to discuss the results from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Emerging Trends Report. Carlock joins hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick for the All About Real Estate segment. Celebrating 10 years with PwC, Carlock joined the company directly from industry after working for Trammell Crow Company. His previous experience includes serving as Chief Investment Officer with Post Properties and running a series of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) funds. He attended Harding University for his undergraduate program and Yale and Harvard for graduate school. In its 43rd year, PwC partners with ULI to capture the sentiment of industry leaders each fall. The company recently released the ULI Emerging Trend Report to prepare businesses for the coming year. The results from the 2022 ULI Emerging Trends Report reveal an optimistic outlook for the coming year while the industry is in an environment with plenty of equity and demand for most product types. Carlock said, “[ULI] is a great organization for collaborating with developers and friends of the industry.” Contractors, leaders, architects, title companies and lenders gather twice a year and sit on regional and product committees to share ideas to improve cities and neighborhoods throughout the industry. This year's ULI fall conference heavily focused on diversity, inclusion, recruitment and retention to ensure ongoing career progress for industry participants. “We've made great progress in the public real estate companies,” said Carlock. “We still have a lot to do in the construction industry in retaining talent in the leasing and management industries and bringing up a generation of developers that's more diverse.” The report proved the industry is aware of the need for diversity which is a high priority in the talent management strategies of the survey's respondents. More diversification in the industry will shift the focus to the redevelopment of areas that are victims of food, retail and healthcare deserts due to racially biased city planning in the mid-20th century. “We are going to bury those interstates…and try to create a unity where there was division,” said Carlock. “Real estate can be a tool for that.” At the beginning of the pandemic, the real estate industry was healthy. As the crisis continues, the industry is experiencing high demand and a supply-demand imbalance as well as a vision for the development and redevelopment of cities. A large portion of the product available on the market lost its relevance after several industry shifts. There is a need for modern construction standards and more collaborative and team-centered technology for office spaces. As far as environmental considerations, the real estate industry is behind. Many companies are moving towards carbon neutrality, rethinking the ways materials are developed and a space's environmental experience. On the user side, lead certification tremendously affects new tenant consideration. Many prospective buyers and renters do not consider spaces without a high lead certification or a high WELL health-safety rating. Investors are also becoming more discriminant about the buildings in which they invest equity dollars to ensure they finance developments with long-lasting environmental considerations. This information is essential for companies that report their carbon footprint. Along with a demand for space, there is a great need for investment products. REITs offer an opportunity for a dividend-yielding investment with a longstanding relevance in its community. The compatibility in the real estate sector transcends over to non-residential properties such as data centers, life science centers, student housing, self and cold storage. Those boxes transition into investment products that yield a dividend through rental income and are reasonably secure investments backed b...
Byron Carlock Jr. who leads PwC's U.S. Real Estate Practice is back on our podcast and takes us through PwC's latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate Report. In this episode, we will cover the top 10 trends impacting real estate today. About Byron Carlock, Jr.Byron Carlock leads PwC's U.S. Real Estate Practice. With 28 years of experience serving the industry, Byron brings extensive knowledge of the full real estate life cycle including matters ranging from strategic planning and property transaction advisory to capital formation, and business plan execution. In addition, he has expertise in governance, board matters, mergers and acquisitions and corporate conflict matters. Byron has experience advising major clients including corporate owners and users, developers, hospitality organizations, investors and REITs.Full Report, click hereLinksTo learn more about PwC, click here.Connect with Byron Carlock on Linkedin, click here.
In each episode of our What's trending in SEC comments series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance for the most common topical areas of the financial statements.This week we focus on inventory, cost of sales, and income statement presentation. Pat Durbin, PwC National Office Partner, joined Heather Horn to break down some of the questions raised in these comments, giving you a deeper understanding of the SEC staff's expectations, as well as context and insights into the GAAP requirements.Topics include:3:34 - What types of comments are companies getting? Pat and Heather discuss the main themes of comments. Common questions relate to the presentation of cost of sales and other income statement line items.5:21 - Completeness of cost of sales. Pat gives an overview of comments that issuers have received about the completeness of their cost of sales and how to avoid some common pitfalls.11:25 - What about the classification of operating expenses? There is very little explicit guidance on how to classify operating expenses and what to disclose. Pat and Heather discuss some of the diversity in practice and tips for providing the right level of context in your disclosures.18:27 - Navigating the application of SAB topic 11-B. Pat and Heather discuss how to appropriately address this SEC staff guidance.22:14 - What about comments on inventory? Inventory can be a material line item for many companies that sell products. Pat and Heather discuss some of the inventory comment letter trends and some of the disclosures that might require more judgment.24:09 - Key takeaways and reminders. Pat closes with helpful advice when making decisions about income statement presentation, and how to convey key judgments to the reader. Heather tries to stump Pat with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous comment letter podcasts Revenue: What's trending in SEC comments and Goodwill: What's trending in SEC commentsPwC's Inventory GuideSee our overview of SEC Comment Letter TrendsPat Durbin is a partner in PwC's National Office. Pat is a partner in PwC's Assurance National Office and has over 30 years of experience. He has expertise in financial reporting and extensive experience serving board, C-suite, and senior management level executives across a variety of industries and geographies both in the US and internationally. Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Kevin Hawkins is the director of product design at BookClub—an online platform that brings authors and readers together. He is also an award-winning, multi-disciplinary design leader and educator with over 12 years of experience building communities and launching products.Kevin is a self-taught front-end developer and started his career doing freelance web design for local businesses and science NGOs in his home town: Washington D.C. He transitioned to his first full-time job in UX at 16. Since then, he's been a UX leader for Booking.com, PwC, EY, Gap Inc., and more. Kevin now resides in Amsterdam where he teaches UX and directs the production and launch of innovative products. In his spare time, he likes to travel, learn new perspectives, and desires to be challenged while doing good work. In this episode we cover:Outcome vs. intentWorkaholism Cultural inspiration20% timeSofas & interior designHyggeAnd more!Visit the Funsize websiteSubscribe to The Funsize Digest
Tune into this episode of PwC's Next in Health to hear Strategy& Principal, Igor Belokrinitsky and PwC's Health Industries Vice Chair, Jenny Colapietro, in discussion with PwC Principal, Kevin McLellan, on the latest medical device trends and innovations, including:Shifting consumer and patient engagementImplications of connected devices and data on care experienceDifferentiated growth opportunities for medical technology to unlock value and reimagine tradition care model
In our Talking ESG podcast series, we give an end-to-end look at what it takes to build effective ESG reporting in today's environment. From investor to stakeholder expectations, from global frameworks to data, process, and controls—there's something in it for everyone.This week Heather Horn sat down with Valerie Wieman and Andreas Ohl, PwC National Office partners, to help listeners sort through the volume of organizations focused on ESG reporting and provide an overview of the current landscape and the changes to come.Topics include:2:31 - Who are the current global players? We open the conversation with a discussion on the big picture of the current landscape. Who are the current players? How do all of the different frameworks fit together? Andreas and Val help answer these questions.17:40 - How does this affect US companies? Val and Andreas explain how global reporting frameworks and developments should be considered by US companies. They also give an update on the SEC's recent prioritization of ESG reporting and what happens next in terms of potential new SEC reporting requirements.26:45 - Moving to mandatory. As reporting requirements increasingly move from voluntary to mandatory, Andreas and Val discuss how listeners should prepare for the future state of reporting frameworks.34:46 - Advice for listeners. Even if your company is not facing mandatory requirements, investors are increasingly coming to expect some sort of ESG reporting. Andreas and Val give their perspective on where companies can start and stay ahead of the curve.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous podcasts in this series, Talking ESG: Taking reporting from theory to action, Talking ESG: How investor views may impact your reporting, and Talking ESG: How new EU rules may impact your reportingRead our PwC ESG Investor SurveyValerie Wieman is PwC's National Office Editor-in-chief. She is involved in the creation, development, and publication of our brand-defining thought leadership, with a recent focus on ESG reporting. Prior to this role, she was part of PwC's National Office SEC Services group, helping clients navigate SEC rules and regulations. Andreas Ohl is a partner in PwC's National Office focused on thought leadership, standard setting, and mergers and acquisitions under US GAAP and IFRS. Andreas is chairman of the Business Valuation Standards Board at the International Valuation Standards Council, is a member of the working group that authored the AICPA's in-process R&D guide, and has served as a member of the FASB's Valuation Resource Group.Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
ITS WEDNESDAY NIGHT! And you know what that means? It's an all new episode of the PWC WEDNESDAY NIGHT SKIRMISH! As your hosts Jimmy T & Chris Ambs! Are joined by that Poco Loco Crazy Mexican From East Los Angeles California! From the Homeboy88 Podcast! As the boys are back in town with an all new episode of the skirmish! Right here on the PWC NETWORK! At mark Media network! And also on the Pwhustle networks! As the boys of the pwc break down all the wrestling news from this past week! And also talk about Wwe's round of spring cleaning with all the releases! We also debate if nia jax would be a “big signing” for aew? And also if and who tk should sign? But wait there's more! As the boys also break down last weeks episode of aew's Wednesday night dynamite! All this and MORE! As the boys from the PWC bring you an all new episode of the PWC Wednesday night Skirmish! Right here on the PWC NETWORK! At mark media network! And also the PwHustle networks! THIS IS THE PWC! AND THIS IS THE WEDNESDAY NIGHT SKIRMISH!
Lisa is the founder of Lisahylton.com and real estate investment company that provides opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners to invest in tax-efficient real estate investments. Lisa is also the host of The Level Up REI podcast which airs every Tuesday and the first Thursday of each month for Conversations with Passive Investors. Lisa Hylton is a CPA with approximately 10 years of audit experience from PwC and 4 ½ years as a controller on private equity real estate funds at a Los Angeles Investment Firm, Ares Management. Her current mission is to provide podcast episodes and investment opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners to level up their businesses and real estate investing to build long-term wealth and financial freedom. If you like what you hear be sure to like, share, subscribe! Podcast- Mindful Multi-Family show Instagram- Chris_Salerno_ Youtube Channel- Chris Salerno
Tune into this episode of PwC's Next in Health to hear Strategy& Principal, Igor Belokrinitsky and PwC's Health Industries Vice Chair, Jenny Colapietro, in discussion with PwC Principal, Paul Leinwand, PwC Director, Inshita Wij and PwC Senior Manager, Lauren Christian, on recent consumer healthcare survey findings, including:What consumers are seeking from their healthcare experience and how health systems can respondMust-haves for improving consumer experience and loyaltyThe demand for virtual care persistsFuture considerations for health organizations to increase consumer engagement
H&LD E61 w/ Blaize Cabell: We discuss growing in to a heavyweight. Coach Cabell talks about what he's learned from all the great coaches he's been around to include Tolly Thompson, Doug Schwab, Troy Steiner and Cary Kolat. The perks of coaching at Navy. Coach Cabell tells who has the best food: west coast, Midwest or east coast. Go follow Blaize Cabell and Navy Wrestling:Instagram: @blaizecabell @navy_wrestlingTwitter: @ElricCabell @NavyWrestlingSend me your suggestions for upcoming guests and any other feedback you have to my socialInstagram: @headlock4funTwitter: @headlock4funiTunes users give the show a review and rating!
This week we have a special episode focused on the FASB's new guidance related to contract assets and contract liabilities (i.e., deferred revenue) acquired in a business combination (ASU 2021-08). Host Heather Horn is joined by Andreas Ohl and Jay Seliber, PwC National Office partners, to talk about key changes and considerations in the new rules, and the timing of adoption. Topics include:1:19 - Background. Jay and Andreas begin by discussing the scope of the newly-issued guidance, and the reasons why the rules are changing. 6:45 - Overview of application. Jay and Andreas provide more specifics on the application of the new guidance, including some important changes from existing GAAP, and why the amounts to record under the new standard won't in some cases just be a carryover of the target's balances.19:43 - A reminder about valuations. Jay and Andreas explain how valuations of intangible and other assets will - and won't - be affected by the new guidance.22:23 - Key impact areas. Jay and Andreas take us through some of the most significant ways the new standard is expected to impact companies in the periods after a business combination.28:26 - Effective date and transition. What's the timing and method of adoption? Jay and Andreas wrap up with an overview of the effective date and transition aspects of the new guidance, along with key elements to carefully consider before simply jumping into the new standard. Heather tries to stump Jay and Andreas with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more? Read our In depth: Accounting for acquired contract assets and contract liabilities.Andreas Ohl is a partner in PwC's National Office focused on thought leadership, standard setting, and mergers and acquisitions under US GAAP and IFRS. Andreas is chairman of the Business Valuation Standards Board at the International Valuation Standards Council, is a member of the working group that authored the AICPA's in-process R&D guide, and has served as a member of the FASB's Valuation Resource Group.Jay Seliber is a partner in PwC's National Office. He leverages over 30 years of experience to help clients with their most complex accounting matters, particularly in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, revenue recognition, stock compensation, earnings per share, employee benefits, restructurings, impairments, and financing transactions. Jay is presently PwC's representative to the FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force. Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
If you've ever wondered what's involved in running an international recruiting firm and placing people all over the world, here's your chance to find out. You'll enjoy listening to my interview with Abigail Stevens, founder of Think Global Recruitment, who has 25 years of experience assisting accounting and finance professionals to not only change jobs, but to relocate from one country to another. I've known and admired Abigail for almost 20 years -- she was one of my very first clients when I started my recruitment training business back in 2001. As you'll hear, Abigail has been hugely successful, both as a top biller and as a business owner. But what was special about this interview is that Abigail talked not only about the high points, but the lows as well. Having survived four downturns / recessions, she's had some heart breaking moments. You'll benefit from knowing what she's learned along the way, and how these experiences have shaped her current strategy for growth. Episode Outline and Highlights [2:02] How Abigail kicked off her recruitment career: her journey from starting her own business at a very young age. [11:01] Abigail reveals her turning points that led her to where she is today. [14:00] Pioneering an approach to attracting and placing top talent via international recruitment conferences. [21:18] Taking the company through four downturns/recessions. [24:42] Abigail revealed things she would have done differently to retain key people during the recession. [25:47] Pearls of wisdom on talent retention. [27:30] Weathering the storm during the pandemic. [30:00] Thought process in expanding during the pandemic. [32:48] Think Global Recruitment's new business model. [40:43] Best practice in the internal hiring process. [47:00] What's next for Think Global Recruitment? Think Global's Wildly Successful Candidate Generation Strategy Abigail shared her fascinating journey including how she started her first business very young, then went travelling around the world, before falling into recruitment and eventually setting up Think Global Recruitment at the age of 28. You will enjoy listening to her best learning moments - as well as some of the innovative recruitment strategies she pioneered. An example is how they used international recruitment conferences in the UK, South Africa, and Australia to attract top talent for consulting firms such as PwC, Deloitte, EY, KPMG, BDO, Grant Thornton. Pearls of Wisdom on Talent Retention The other part of our conversation is how Abigail was able to take her company through four economic recessions, including the current pandemic situation. The resilience and planning enabled her firm to withstand the difficulties. Of course, there are things that she would have done differently, which she humbly shared for the benefit of other business owners. One main takeaway was on retaining top recruiters. Abigail shared: Staff need to feel successful Ongoing training and development opportunities are critical Don't dwell on what worked it the past - move with the times! Hear how Abigail elaborated on the above takeaways in our conversation. Growing During the Pandemic In the middle of the pandemic, Think Global Recruitment decided to expand. What makes successful companies such as Think Global thrive during this difficult time? Abigail explained, “Our thought process was, we know from the previous recessions that we've been through, that after recession usually there is a shortage of people,” she explained. “So we knew that there is going to be a high demand for our candidates at the end of all of this.” Indeed, being a step ahead and maintaining a growth mindset is definitely a differentiator in success. Our Sponsors This podcast is proudly sponsored by i-intro®. i-intro® is an end-to-end retained recruitment platform. Our technology and methodology allows recruiters to differentiate themselves from the competition, win more retained business, bigger fees and increase their billings. Be sure to mention Mark Whitby or The Resilient Recruiter for a 25% discount. Book your free, no obligation consultation here: www.recruitmentcoach.com/retained Abigail Stevens Bio and Contact Info Abigail Stevens is the Founder and Managing Director of Think Global Recruitment, which she established in 2000. Abigail herself has 25 years experience as a specialist in global accountancy and finance recruitment. She has been assisting Accountancy & Finance professionals to secure new roles throughout the globe and employers to recruit the best accountants in the world, since 1995. 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In each episode of our What's trending in SEC comments series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance for the most common topical areas of the financial statements.This week we focus on goodwill. Jay Seliber, PwC National Office Partner, joined Heather Horn to break down some of the questions raised in these comments, giving you a deeper understanding of the SEC staff's expectations, as well as context and insights into the GAAP requirements.Topics include:1:40 - What types of comments are companies getting? Jay and Heather discuss the main themes of comments. Common questions relate to the determination of reporting units, the timing of goodwill impairments, and disclosures of impairments and at-risk goodwill.4:30 - Reporting units. Jay gives an overview of comments that issuers have received about their determination of reporting units and how to avoid some common pitfalls.10:41 - What about the timing of goodwill impairments? Impairment tests require a significant amount of judgment. Jay and Heather discuss how to navigate this complex area and some tips for identifying impairment indicators early to head off questions over timing.15:04 - Disclosures of impairments and at-risk reporting units. Jay and Heather discuss how to appropriately foreshadow at-risk reporting units, as well as a few often-overlooked disclosures that may solicit comments.23:58 - Key takeaways and reminders. Jay closes with helpful advice for issuers when responding to an SEC comment letter. Heather tries to stump Jay with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous comment letter podcast Revenue: What's trending in SEC commentsRead section 8.9, Goodwill, in our Financial Statement Presentation guideSee our overview of SEC Comment Letter TrendsJay Seliber is a partner in PwC's National Office. He leverages over 30 years of experience to help clients with their most complex accounting matters, particularly in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, revenue recognition, stock compensation, earnings per share, employee benefits, restructurings, impairments, and financing transactions. Jay is presently PwC's representative to the FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force. Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Big Four accounting firm PwC made waves earlier this year when it introduced a “work anywhere” policy for its 55,000 US employees, allowing them to choose an all-virtual work option. The policy is intended to help PwC attract new talent and retain top talent in a competitive market. The tax profession isn't always leading the charge when it comes to workforce changes, but some big firms, like PwC, are adopting new flexible “work anywhere” policies to attract and retain top talent. On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly welcomes back Kathryn Kaminsky to discuss more about expectations of today's competitive workforce, and what the implications of a “work anywhere” policy can mean for businesses. Kathryn is Vice Chair and Trust Solutions Co-Leader at PwC. In this role, she leads the combined Tax and Assurance business. Kathryn is responsible for the quality of service, excellence in the work performed by partners and staff, developing diverse teams, and driving innovation. Her biggest passion is serving clients. Listen to Kelly and Kathryn talk about work anywhere policies:Many industries are grappling with work anywhere policies in various ways. What does Kathryn believe led to PwC's policy, and what does she think about it overall? Kathryn says it's important for businesses to remain agile and adaptive in a changing business environment, and doing so affects both a company's staff and clients. Kathryn unpacks the hot issue of the “talent war,” also referenced as “the great resignation” sweeping across the country in the aftermath of the pandemic. She says companies have to prioritize open-mindedness in such a time in order to keep their top talent and attract new talent. Adaptation and innovation will drive a company's hiring right now. On the client side, has there been a lot of pushback against working with a largely remote firm? Kathryn says it varies with each client, but that each client knows they're at the center of it all, and they know that just because some staff is remote doesn't mean they have less access to their services. What options did PwC lay out for its staff, and what procedures are in place to audit the effectiveness of the new policy? Kathryn says almost 60% of their staff chose a hybrid option to work remote as well as in the office, and that every six months or so they will be checking in to see how smoothly the policy has been going for everyone. For a lot of employees, working from home in the fall of 2021 is very different from working from home in the fall of 2020. Kids are back in school, going to soccer practice, in general there weren't as many distractions in 2020 that have now largely returned in 2021. How is PwC looking at flexibility differently now versus during the height of the pandemic? Did PwC change the layout of their physical offices to accommodate their new work model? Kathryn says they've always had a lot of open space and conference rooms, and now those are some of the most utilized spaces since some employees will be in person and some will be virtual thanks to technology and video chat. What is the level of enthusiasm overall across the PwC workforce? Kathryn says it's been a great response, and they like having the option to work anywhere. Now, it's PwC's responsibility to make sure their staff has the tools to succeed in this new flexible environment. Some of PwC's competitors have insinuated that they would resist such a dramatic shift to widespread work flexibility. What does Kathryn think about this difference in philosophy, and how might it affect the talent pool between the large firms? Is PwC seeing an increase in employees' travel, and how does travel affect their flexibility model? The policies have stayed very consistent, Kathryn says. Is PwC following up on where their people are working? From a business perspective, there's certainly an advantage to knowing where your employees
In our Talking ESG podcast series, we give an end-to-end look at what it takes to build effective ESG reporting in today's environment. From investor to stakeholder expectations, from global frameworks to data, process, and controls—there's something in it for everyone.This week Heather Horn sat down with Nadja Picard, PwC's Global Reporting Leader, and Andreas Ohl, PwC National office partner, to discuss ESG reporting with a focus on the European Commission's Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive or CSRD, and how it may impact companies outside the EU (including US companies that do business in Europe).Topics include:5:04 - What is CSRD? The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive or CSRD was proposed by the European Commission this year and introduces potential big changes for companies with operations in Europe. Heather and Nadja talk through the impact of the directive and why it will impact more than just EU companies.13:27 - What are the requirements? Nadja and Andreas provide insight on the CSRD proposal, including the requirements that certain companies disclose information on the way they operate and manage social and environmental challenges.28:08 - Advice for listeners. Complying with CSRD requirements goes beyond reporting. Companies may have articulated a net zero strategy, but often have not laid out in detail how they plan to get there and what processes they have to track their progress. An early draft of how climate related disclosures may look like under the CSRD requires transparency on exactly that. Nadja and Andreas give listeners practical advice on how to prepare.42:59 - Blind spots? Nadja and Andreas discuss areas that companies are prone to overlook as they think about their ESG reporting. Some tend to focus on one topic, instead of addressing ESG holistically.Want to learn more?Listen to our previous podcasts in this series, Talking ESG: Taking reporting from theory to action and Talking ESG: How investor views may impact your reportingNadja Picard is PwC's Global Reporting Leader. In this role she leads PwC's global initiative to help clients transform their corporate reporting to meet investor and stakeholder demands for trusted and assured reporting beyond financial reporting. Nadja also advises companies on the accounting, corporate reporting, and investor relations requirements in advance of capital markets transactions, especially IPOs. Andreas Ohl is a partner in PwC's National Office focused on thought leadership, standard setting, and mergers and acquisitions under US GAAP and IFRS. Andreas is chairman of the Business Valuation Standards Board at the International Valuation Standards Council, is a member of the working group that authored the AICPA's in-process R&D guide, and has served as a member of the FASB's Valuation Resource Group.Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Shortcut Special guest: Morleh So-kargbo Michael #1: Django 4.0 beta 1 released Django 4.0 beta 1 is now available. Django 4.0 has an abundance of new features The new *expressions positional argument of UniqueConstraint() enables creating functional unique constraints on expressions and database functions. The new scrypt password hasher is more secure and recommended over PBKDF2. The new django.core.cache.backends.redis.RedisCache cache backend provides built-in support for caching with Redis. To enhance customization of Forms, Formsets, and ErrorList they are now rendered using the template engine. Brian #2: py - The Python launcher py has been bundled with Python for Windows only since Python 3.3, as py.exe See Python Launcher for Windows I've mostly ignored it since I use Python on Windows, MacOS, and Linux and don't want to have different workflows on different systems. But now Brett Cannon has developed python-launcher which brings py to MacOS and various other Unix-y systems or any OS which supports Rust. Now py is everywhere I need it to be, and I've switched my workflow to use it. Usage py : Run the latest Python version on your system py -3 : Run the latest Python 3 version py -3.9 : Run latest 3.9 version py -2.7 : Even run 2.x versions py --``list : list all versions (with py-launcher, it also lists paths) py --``list-paths : py.exe only - list all versions with path Why is this cool? - I never have to care where Python is installed or where it is in my search path. - I can always run any version of Python installed without setting up symbolic links. - Same workflow works on Windows, MacOS, and Linux Old workfow Make sure latest Python is found first in search path, then call python3 -m venv venv For a specific version, make sure python3.8, for example, or python38 or something is in my Path. If not, create it somewhere. New workflow. py -m venv venv - Create a virtual environment with the latest Python installed. After activation, everything happens in the virtual env. Create a specific venv to test something on an older version: py -3.8 venv venv --``prompt '``3.8``' Or even just run a script with an old version py -3.8 script_name.py Of course, you can run it with the latest version also py script_name.py Note: if you use py within a virtual environment, the default version is the one from the virtual env, not the latest. Morleh #3: Transformers As General-Purpose Architecture The Attention Is All You Need paper first proposed Transformers in June 2017. The Hugging Face (
“Marketing is just hocus pocus and pixie dust” — does that feel familiar? Most of us are tired of wasting time and money on the latest marketing strategies that never seem to work. Jennifer Zick of Authentic Brand shares why one of her clients said this (and why it’s one of her favorite quotes of all-time) on today’s show. Not only did her company coin the phrase “Random Acts of Marketing,” Authentic Brand provides fractional chief marketing officer (CMO) services that get businesses back on track and making better marketing decisions for the long-term. Jennifer’s mission is to help bring big company marketing resources and planning to the middle market, so tune in to learn a few things about strategy and team alignment to achieve your sales and clientele goals particularly in the B2B space. We go over how to eliminate the random acts of marketing, including all the associated costs, headaches, and — most frustrating of all — lack of progress that comes with them. Authentic Brand’s unique approach combines marketers, methodology, and mindshare to deliver real revenue results for any business owner. What You Will Learn What makes an elite fractional CMO Why the key truths of marketing hasn’t changed with new tools and technology The questions you have to answer when marketing - and why they haven’t changed What random acts of marketing means and why most companies are doing that When to use an agency versus a marketing leader How marketing helps the long term view for all divisions in a business How sales is different from marketing and how they are similar How to identify proof points - how to know if a plan is working when community building How to budget for a community building plan that reaps its rewards years down the road What marketing investment strategies have in common with baseball Why it’s so important for your marketing leaders and resources teams to be focused on the main goals The ways people are pivoting their marketing strategy when the supply chains are all messed up Bio: With nearly twenty years of B2B marketing experience in innovative, entrepreneurial, and accelerated-growth companies, Jennifer brings a wealth of experience to B2B growth organizations. Jennifer’s career has included several leadership roles for high-growth B2B professional services organizations, primarily centered on sales and marketing innovation through digital and SaaS technologies. Prior to launching Authentic Brand, Jennifer led marketing teams and programs for Magnet 360, PwC, and Corporate Visions. Jennifer is Past-President of the Minnesota Chapter of the Business Marketing Association – a national non-profit business association focused on B2B marketing – where she also served a prior term as VP of Events & Development. In 2014, Jennifer was honored by the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal as the recipient of their “40 Under 40” award which recognizes young leaders who have been successful in business, while also making significant contributions to their communities. More recently, Jennifer has leveraged her network to create “two or more“- a grassroots community service movement that brings together business professionals from across the Twin Cities to volunteer, serve, and support local charities and social causes. Quotes: 11:13 - “[Our CMOs] know what it takes to be at ground level and build from there, as good stewards of those resources. Right? Because there’s not established brand and market share already that provides this assumed brand air cover.” - Jennifer Zick
This summary of PwC's Tax Insight provides an analysis of key business and individual provisions proposed as part of the revised Build Back Better bill. A chart summarizing effective dates in the bill is set forth at the conclusion of the full Insight.Contacts:Pat Brown - Washington National Tax Services Co-Leader, PwC USRohit Kumar - Washington National Tax Services Co-Leader, PwC US
In each episode of our What's trending in SEC comments series, our guests bring you the latest themes in comment letters from the Division of Corporation Finance for the most common topical areas of the financial statements.This week we focus on revenue. Angela Fergason, PwC National Office partner, joined Heather Horn to break down the questions raised in these comments, giving you a deeper understanding of the SEC's expectations and context and insights into the GAAP requirements.Topics include:1:20 - What types of comments are companies getting? Angela and Heather discuss the different types of comments and give some examples of when each has come up. Common questions relate to completeness of disclosures, consistency with other disclosures, and requests for supporting analysis. And one hint for preparers: don't use boilerplate language!10:46 - Top elements of revenue guidance sourcing comments. Angela gives five topics where comments have been more prevalent: disaggregated revenue, determining the transaction price, identifying performance obligations, principal vs. agent, and timing of revenue recognition.21:14 - What's ahead? Angela shares what might be around the corner as attention is increasing for certain comments, including separately reporting certain categories of revenue in compliance with S-X Rule 5-03(b). 23:34 - Perspectives on responding. Angela closes with two pieces of advice for issuers when responding to an SEC comment letter. Heather tries to stump Angela with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more? Listen to Angela's other podcast episodes on revenue, including Full disclosure: Revenue, Identifying performance obligations: PwC breaks it down, and Variable consideration: How it impacts your top and bottom line.Angela Fergason is a partner in PwC's National Office with over 20 years of experience who specializes in accounting for revenue and employee compensation arrangements. She is a frequent speaker on accounting and financial reporting topics and is a contributor to many PwC National Office publications, including our accounting guides on revenue and stock-based compensation.Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Listen to Patrick Nolan, FSA, MAAA, SOA Research Institute Senior Experience Studies Actuary and Marty Hill, FSA, MAAA of PwC and SOA Retirement Plan Experience Committee (RPEC) member discuss Mortality Improvement Scale MP-2021 with host, R. Dale Hall, FSA, CERA, MAAA, CFA, SOA Research Institute Managing Director. We welcome your questions or comments at email@example.com.
In our Talking ESG podcast series, we give an end-to-end look at what it takes to build effective ESG reporting in today's environment. From investor expectations, to global frameworks, to data, process, and controls—there's something in it for everyone.This week Heather Horn sat down with Hilary Eastman, Director of Investor Engagement at PwC, to digest the results of the 2021 Global investor ESG survey.Topics include:1:47 - Overview. Hilary gives the background of the inaugural ESG investor survey, the goals of the survey, and who the respondents were.7:04 - High level findings and focus areas. Hilary and Heather walk our listeners through the highlights of the investor survey results and the areas where finance and controllership teams should be focused.19:25 - What about return on investment? With all of this focus on company investment in ESG, Hilary takes us through what the findings reveal about return on investment and whether investors are willing to accept a lower rate of return from companies having a beneficial impact on society and the environment.26:53 - Where are investors looking for information? Hilary and Heather discuss the variety of sources investors can use to gather ESG-related information on companies. Additionally Hilary gives the investor perception of the current quality of corporate ESG reporting.37:21 - Key Takeaways. In addition to the survey, PwC's investor engagement team performed in-depth interviews to gain investor perspectives on how companies can improve their reporting about ESG issues. Hilary takes us through the common themes from these interviews.Hilary Eastman leads global investor engagement at PwC and is an ESG reporting strategy expert, with responsibility for managing the firm's relationships with the investment community in the UK and globally. In her role, Hilary works with investors and analysts to get their views on a variety of corporate reporting and governance matters to help companies improve their reporting to the capital markets. Heather Horn is a Deputy Chief Accountant in PwC's National Office and leader of the thought leadership group, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Joe and Tom are joined by Sab Singh, founder of Sports Doing Good and future professor at Columbia University's Sports Management Program. Sab discusses his career transition from consulting to education, having worked at PwC before finding his love for teaching sports management at NYU, St. Johns, and Farmingdale State University, where he currently serves as Chairperson of the Sport Management Program. The group discusses Sab's Sports Doing Good newsletter, as well as the most positive social trends in the industry. || @sportsdoinggood || The CUSP Show is a production by the faculty of Sports Management at Columbia University. You can get in touch with the program on Twitter @CU_SPS_Sports. Our presenters are Joe Favorito (@Joefav) and Tom Richardson (@ConvergenceTR). The show is produced by Tom Cerny (@Tom_Cerny19),Taylor DeBernardo '21 (@TDeBernardo33), andBen Walsh '21, withCameron Morris '21 (@CameronM0rr1s) managing social media efforts.
On this week's SeventySix Capital Leadership Series, Wayne Kimmel interviewed Christian Ferri, Founder & CEO of SeventySix Capital's new portfolio company NFT PRO. Ferri founded NFT PRO, the #1 enterprise white label NFT solution for global brands. NFT PRO provides turnkey solutions – creating, minting, marketing, and selling NFTs from a brand's website and digital properties making the customer experience seamless and on-brand. NFT PRO has several high-profile clients such as Juventus, Atari and Lamborghini. Ferri was formerly a consultant at PwC and served as Executive Director at Blockchain Compliance Foundation. He has been an advisor to several companies on their blockchain and NFT strategy, including Lottery.com, Skillchain, and Atari, before founding NFT PRO. Tune in to find out more!
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Our Full disclosure podcast series brings you back to the basics on all things related to financial statement presentation and disclosure, from the top of the financial statements through the footnotes. This week we focus on the presentation and disclosure requirements for commitments and contingencies. Jay Seliber, PwC National Office partner, is back in the guest seat to share helpful insights and key reminders with our host, Heather Horn. Topics include:1:22 - Background. Jay and Heather discuss the scope of the commitments and contingencies guidance, including discussion of guarantees.4:43 - Presentation on the balance sheet and income statement. Jay walks listeners through when commitments need to be recognized. He also covers the contingency model and related presentation, including insurance recoveries. 20:03 - Disclosure requirements. Jay takes us through the disclosure requirements for commitments and contingencies in the financial statements, including some of the areas that require more judgment. 39:42 - Closing remarks. Jay closes with areas of GAAP where disclosures of other types of commitments are required. Heather tries to stump Jay with some niche accounting questions.Want to learn more? Financial statement presentation guide Chapter 23: Commitments, contingencies, and guaranteesJay Seliber is a partner in PwC's National Office. He leverages over 30 years of experience to help clients with their most complex accounting matters, particularly in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, revenue recognition, stock compensation, earnings per share, employee benefits, restructurings, impairments, and financing transactions. Jay is presently PwC's representative to the FASB's Emerging Issues Task Force. Heather Horn is PwC's National Office thought leader, responsible for developing our communications strategy and conveying firm positions on accounting and financial reporting matters. She is the engaging host of PwC's accounting and reporting weekly podcast and quarterly webcast series, as well as periodic webcasts for the power and utilities industry. With over 30 years of experience, Heather's accounting and auditing expertise includes financial instruments and rate-regulated accounting.
Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is in PwC's brand new studio in Washington, DC with Will Morris (PwC's Deputy Global Tax Policy Leader). Will also was appointed Chair to the American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union and Chair to the Business Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD. Doug and Will discuss the journey thus far to Pillar One and Pillar Two. They touch on, among other things, the future impacts on US-based multinational companies, what has changed in recent months, digital services taxes & unilateral measures, details of Amount A under Pillar One, possible winners and losers, segmentation, scoping, the potential new instrument needed for implementation, details of Globe under Pillar Two, including the minimum rate, and of course, the timeline for implementing these changes.
PWC recently announced it's allowing its 40,000 client-facing employees to work remotely from anywhere in the US. Joining companies like Facebook and Allstate, more and more employers are shifting to permanently remote models to attract and retain top talent. But what are the tax and legal implications of additional jurisdictions, employee schedule flexibility, and changes to company infrastructure? 91% of job-seeking Americans now expect flexibility to work from home. But what are the long term impacts of a large scale remote workforce, for both the employee and the employer? On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Nishant Mittal to chat about what the widespread work-from-anywhere shift will really mean for employers and employees. Nishant is the SVP and GM of Topia's Business Travel solution responsible for strategy and growth. Nishant joined Topia as part of its acquisition of Monaeo, a tech company he co-founded and led. He is a published author with publications in machine learning and image processing, and leading peer-reviewed journals. He has a BS in Computer Engineering, an MS in Biomedical Engineering, and an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business. Listen to Kelly and Nishant talk about the pros and cons of remote work:Many companies and tax professionals are talking about this buzzy idea of remote work, and how it fits into a long term workforce model. What are some of the details and various models businesses are considering now? Is it fair for companies to be promising permanent remote work benefits, or is it a model that could be dialed back in the future? Nishant discusses the flux in labor and employee movement right now, and how offering remote work has become a strategic issue. What kinds of concerns do employers have about shifting to a more remote workforce? From remote work, to hybrid work, to flexible scheduling, what are the pros and cons to each of the different models companies are considering? There are many gray areas, Nishant explains, especially when it comes to all different models of “hybrid work.” How does jurisdiction play into remote work, and where does tax law come into play? What are the tax reasons that employers may not want to offer fully remote work, meaning allowing their employees to work from anywhere in the world? The employee perspective: It is not clear that employees understand the impact of what working from a different jurisdiction would mean, particularly from a tax perspective. The employer perspective: In a post-Wayfair world, doing business across state lines without a brick-and-mortar home base is the new normal. Employees don't always consider how working from another state (or country) may impact the tax liability of their employer. Home office deduction is currently only claimable by small business owners and independent contractors, not by W-2 employees. If this doesn't change, how might that impact the remote work demand? After payroll, real estate is usually the second largest cost for employers. Nishant suggests we may see employers adjust compensation for remote employees to offset home offices, since they likely won't be paying as much overhead for company office space. Many companies, particularly startups and tech companies, became infamous pre-pandemic for having flashy perks and company culture benefits in their office space. Where does Nishant see those accommodations evolving, and how might company culture take a turn with a primarily remote workforce? In order to accommodate labor laws, will companies have to restrict jurisdiction changes, or even implement systems of employee tracking? Nishant shares some fascinating stats from HR professionals and employees on self-reporting and tracking employee's work footprint. In regards to compliance, how can small and midsize companies plan for these kinds of changes? Nishant shares his plan of attack for strategic, proactive planning when it...
In this Real Estate News Brief for the week ending October 23rd, 2021... the Fed's new rate hike schedule, a new wave of foreclosures, and a rent growth surprise for some single-family homes.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.Economic NewsWe begin with economic news from this past week with comments from Fed Chief Jerome Powell. It looks like the timeline for interest rate hikes has been pushed up again. Last month, there was more of a debate as to whether it would happen in 2022 or 2023. Powell indicated that conditions for a rate hike would probably be reached next year. That includes the Fed's goal of maximum employment. The inflation requirement has already been met. That's when inflation remains above 2% for a sustained period of time. Powell also said that now is the time to begin tapering the Fed's bond-buying strategy. Policymakers will discuss a tapering plan next month. Jobless claims fell to a fresh pandemic low last week. There were only 290,000 initial claims for state benefits. Continuing claims also fell. They were down 290,000 to 2.48 million. (2) Millions of jobs are going unfilled, however, which is making it difficult for businesses to meet the demand for goods and services. That's also creating supply chain issues that are driving up prices, and inflation.Home buyers are going full steam ahead to lock in deals before mortgage rates rise any higher. The National Association of Realtors say that existing home sales were up 7% from August to September. That's a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 6.29 million homes. (3) Part of that increase is due to more inventory, but NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says that inventory was quickly gobbled up. On the other side of the housing supply issue, residential construction was down due to those supply chain issues, and a labor shortage. The government says that September home starts were down 1.6% compared to August, and that permits were down 7.7%. Multi-family permits were down the most. They fell 21% while single-family permits were down just 1%. (4) Despite all the headwinds that builders face, the National Association of Home Builders monthly confidence index shows an increase of four points to a reading of 80. Anything over 50 is positive. Although builders have to keep raising prices, they are encouraged that demand and home sales “remain strong.” (5)Mortgage RatesMortgage rates rose slightly this last week. Freddie Mac says the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage was up four points, to 3.09%. The 15-year was up three points, to 2.33%. (6)In other news making headlines…Foreclosures on the RiseForeclosure filings jumped higher in September, after pandemic-related moratoriums were lifted. ATTOM Data Solutions released its Q3 foreclosure report which shows that foreclosure filings were up 24% compared to August, and 102% from a year ago. (7)Economists have been predicting a spike in foreclosures, but RealtyTrac's Rick Sharga says: “Despite the increased level of foreclosure activity in September, we're still far below historically normal numbers.” He says they are almost 70% lower than they were before the pandemic. And light years away from the number of foreclosures in mid-2009.Foreclosure filings were approaching 600,000 per quarter back then. Currently, there are 45,500 filings for the third quarter of this year.Single-Family Rent GrowthSingle-family rent growth quadrupled in August. CoreLogic says the year-over-year rate of growth was 9.3%, and represents the fastest annual rent growth in 16 years. (8)The single-family category includes both detached and attached units, such as duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, townhomes, row homes, co-ops, and condos. Rent growth spiked the most for detached homes. Annualized rent growth for attached units was 6.4% while the rent for detached homes rose 11.7%.The city with the highest rent growth was Miami. Rents in Miami were up 21.5%. That pushed Phoenix into second place for the first time in almost three years. Rounding out the top five are Las Vegas, Austin, and Dallas. New Forecast for Top Markets in 2022New forecasts are coming out about next year's hot real estate markets. PwC just released its 2022 Emerging Trends in Real Estate report. The report includes a top-10 list of highly ranked real estate markets for 2022. Several of them are also on our list of recommendations for single-family rentals. Those markets include Tampa/St. Petersburg, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth and Atlanta.PwC is also recommending those cities, and others, for the construction of new homes. If you have been following RealWealth, you know that we have expanded our focus on existing single-family rentals to also include the construction of new rental homes. Our recommended markets include Charlotte, North Carolina; Cincinnati and Dayton, Ohio; Dallas, Texas; Park City, Utah, and several Florida markets.You can find out more by joining RealWealth for free at newsforinvestors.com. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro formas and connect with our network of resources, including experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.That's it for today. Check the show notes for links. And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/feds-powell-says-elevated-inflation-could-last-well-into-next-year-11634917919?mod=economy-politics2 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/jobless-claims-fall-to-pandemic-low-of-290-000-as-businesses-try-to-avoid-layoffs-due-to-labor-shortage-11634819765?mod=u.s.-economic-calendar3 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/existing-home-sales-rise-as-some-buyers-are-motived-by-fomo-11634826649?mod=economic-report4 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/construction-on-new-homes-slows-as-supply-chain-woes-hit-the-housing-market-11634647997?mod=economic-report5 -https://www.marketwatch.com/story/home-builders-grow-more-confident-in-spite-of-continued-supply-chain-headaches-11634565934?mod=economic-report6 -http://www.freddiemac.com/pmms/7 -https://www.attomdata.com/news/market-trends/foreclosures/attom-september-and-q3-2021-u-s-foreclosure-market-report/8 -https://www.corelogic.com/intelligence/single-family-rent-growth-approaches-double-digits/9 -https://fortune.com/2021/10/18/hot-real-estate-markets-2022-outlook-real-estate-buying-a-house/
Tune into this episode of PwC's Next in Health to hear PwC Health Research Institute's Trine Tsouderos, and Strategy& Principal, Igor Belokrinitsky, on the long-respected history of bloodletting, including:Barber surgeons and early medicineThe practice and evolution of bloodlettingThe influence of ancient principles on modern medicine
Kris & David are joined by Black Label Pro's Mikey Blanton (@BLPMikey) to discuss the week that was October 20-26, 1993. We talk about the fallout from Randy Savage's Radio WWF interview where he buried Hulk Hogan and accused him of breaking up his marriage to Elizabeth, including the confusion about whether or not it was a shoot. We also talk about Sabu & Glen Jacobs getting tryouts with the WWF, Giant Gonzalez making his last appearance in WWF…in street clothes as a babyface, how AJPW's booking of the Triple Crown in this era constantly stuck it to Toshiaki Kawada, Vampiro making crazy money in Mexico, John Arezzi's final Weekend of Champions fan convention including a controversy involving Sabu and the cost of broken tables, the Bruise Brothers turn babyface in SMW, and the wackiness of WCW, including HALLOWEEN HAVOC, one of the worst-booked PPVs you will ever see. This was an awesome show, so listen now!!!!Timestamps:0:00:00 WWF1:20:44 Eurasia: AJPW, NJPW, NJPW, FMW, Michinoku Pro, PWC, W*ING, RINGS, AJW, LLPW, & CWA1:50:02 Classic Commercial Break1:54:06 Halftime2:19:19 Other North America: Canadian elections, ICW (BC), AAA, CMLL, Monterrey, & UWA2:41:57 Other USA: 4:03:49 WCW 5:31:56 Patreon Preview: Vince McMahon's initial public response to the nWo/Outsiders angle To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows!If you're looking for the best deal on a VPN service—short for Virtual Private Network, it helps you get around regional restrictions as well as browse the internet more securely—then VyprVPN is what you've been looking for. Not only will using our link help support Between The Sheets, but you'll get a special discount, with prices as low as $1.67/month if you go with a three year subscription. With numerous great features and even a TV-specific Android app to make streaming easier, there is no better choice if you're looking to subscribe to WWE Network, AEW Plus, and other region-locked services.For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene.To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Other than going to the university to get a degree, what are the other educational options for students? Ken welcomes Jim Bologa to talk about the career and technical education space. Jim is the President and CEO of Porter and Chester Institute which provides different career programs for students to acquire technical and professional skills essential for their chosen careers. Jim shares how career and technical education can create value for people. He also answers some of the most important questions: How long it will take a student to finish the course, the consulting and onboarding process, and most importantly, how much the salary will be after taking the program. Who is Jim Bologa? Jim joined PCI in 2007 as a consultant then became the Chief Operating office in 2009. He began serving as the President and Chief Executive Offer in 2012. Before joining PCI, he was the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of FamilyMeds, Inc. Prior to that, he spent over a decade in various executive management roles in the business services, automotive/aerospace, and technology industries. He began his career as a Certified Public Accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he served for ten years with his last role as a Senior Manager in PwC's Transactions Advisory Group. Jim received a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Elmira College in Elmira, New York, and completed his fifth year accounting requirement at Saint Leo University and the University of South Florida. He is a former board member and school commissioner of Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a former board member of Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), a former board member of the Association of Connecticut Career Schools (ACCS), and a former board member and President of the Massachusetts Association of Private and Career Schools (MAPCS), subsequently reorganized into the New England Private School Association (NEPCSA) What is Porter and Chester Institute? Porter and Chester Institute (PCI), a private sector, a post-secondary technical institution founded in 1946 with twelve campuses throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania, featuring twenty-four different career programs, supports committed students in achieving the technical and professional skills essential for their chosen career through industry-modeled, student-centered education and training. Porter and Chester Institute is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), authorized by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education, and licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Division of Professional Licensure, Office of Private Occupational School Education, approved and licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, State Board of Private Licensed Schools. Links and Resources from this Episode DISCLAIMER For resources and additional information of this episode go to http://engineeroffinance.com https://wti.edu/ Connect with Ken Greene http://engineeroffinance.com Office 775-624-8839 https://www.linkedin.com/in/ken-greene https://business.facebook.com/GreeneFinance Connect with Jim Bologa https://www.bls.gov/ http://www.porterchester.edu/ firstname.lastname@example.org Book a meeting with Ken If you liked what you've heard and would like a one-on-one meeting with the Engineer Of Finance click here Show Notes The different topics to cover. - 2:32 What the career and technical education is about and how it can create value for people. - 4:24 How long does it take a student to finish the different programs and course offerings? - 9:30 The consulting and onboarding process. - 17:15 Is there an option to get information on how much their salary will be after taking the program? - 20:45 Micro jobs are a huge proponent of career and technical education because they're so needed and important. - 27:31 There's a lot of interesting value to an individual in a sense of accomplishment if you can build something, service something or fix something. - 29:15 Where can people reach out to Jim and Porter and Chester Institute? - 33:36 Review, Subscribe and Share If you like what you hear please leave a review by clicking here Make sure you're subscribed to the podcast so you get the latest episodes. Subscribe with Apple Podcasts Follow on Spotify Subscribe with Stitcher Subscribe with RSS
Lena Loiberg joined Melio as Head of Finance in February 2020, just before the Covid-19 pandemic changed everything. Lena arrived with a background in finance at companies like PwC, Mobileye, and Jelly Button, ready to build out a team and help lead Melio into its next phase of growth. Within weeks, however, she was forced to adjust every plan she had for the business to account for the external circumstances changing the world as we knew it. During her tenure, Melio's B2B payments processing platform has increased its monthly processing volumes by 5,000% and she has spearheaded four separate funding rounds totaling more than $480M and culminating in a $4B valuation.Lena is extremely passionate about finance, and she derives a tangible joy from being in the unique position of working for the finance department within a hyper-growth FinTech company. She believes firmly in the value of data, automation, and integration of tools for finance teams, and invests heavily in technology and people to help Melio continue its upward trajectory. Tune into this episode of The CFO Playbook to hear Lena discuss how Melio has matured its finance processes, where she's finding opportunities to integrate and automate her processes, which tech tools she's investing in, and the advice she has for aspiring finance executives.Connect with Lena on LinkedIn.Connect with our host Ross on LinkedIn.If you want a better way to track and control your team's spend, check out Soldo.com.
Really enjoyed my interview with my guest this week as he is a lover of sharing stories too and recognises the power that comes from that. Gian Power is an ex- Deutsche Bank and PwC employee and is the founder & CEO of TLC Lions – using the power of storytelling to transform workplaces globally. In 2019, Gian was the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards and was recently featured in Forbes, Business Inside and on the Empower Ethnic Minority Executives List. Alongside work, Gian sits on the board of The UK's largest mental health conference, This Can Happen and is an ambassador for Missing People Charity. In 2015, an unexpected family tragedy changed Gian's life forever. When returning back to work, Gian saw the power of being able to share his emotions and being his full self at work and decoded to leave PwC to set up TLC Lions. Lions coming from his and his father's middle name. Gian brought together 25 ordinary people with extraordinary stories globally to share real life stories and life-changing experiences at large organisations around the topics of Mental Health, Inclusion and Talent Development. Gian is one of TLC Lions' key storytellers and shares his experience of managing his mental health whilst coping with a family tragedy and the high demands of the corporate world. Through his story he highlights the importance of empathetic leadership, managing one's own mental health and building resilience. In his talks Gian often shares his practical tips for self-care and some of the coping mechanisms that allowed him to find strength in tough times. Some key points from our interview:· How after his father was murdered overseas it changed his outlook on life forever· How at 23 years old he found himself leading a missing persons investigation which is also why he supports the charity “Missing People” · How he learnt the importance of self-care at 24 when he had to press restart and reinvent himself· How he became passionate about bringing self-care and emotion back into the workplace after a colleague ended his life by suicide· How is passionate about changing culture within organisations using the power of storytelling * * * "Unbroken: Healing Through Storytelling" features individuals who have all triumphed after adversity and have not just bounced back in life, but forward and are now making a difference for others.She really believes in the power that comes when we share our stories, that in fact we are not story tellers but story healers. Tune in to discover what helped them to stay unbroken and together we will discover that none of us are broken beyond repair.You can find out more about Madeleine, her story and her memoir, Unbroken, from her website: https://madeleineblack.co.uk/Watch the Podcast via YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/c/MadeleineBlackUnbrokenFollow on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/unbrokenthepodcastwithmb
Tune into this episode of PwC's Next in Health to hear PwC Health Research Institute's Trine Tsouderos, and Strategy& Principal, Igor Belokrinitsky, in discussion with PwC's Partner, Derek Gaasch, on how health insurance companies can optimize their member engagement, to help them achieve better health, including:The consumerization of healthThe importance of advocacy for members and health insurersProactive efforts to increase members' health and wellness engagementTechnology's impact on member advocacy
Sonal Bahl is an experienced HR Director and Career Strategist with a career spanning nearly two decades in senior HR positions. She lived and worked in Chile, Belgium, France, India, and Uruguay. Sonal helped recruit, build and evolve highly talented teams for large companies like GE & PwC, midsize family-owned firms, and startups. She reviewed over 250,000 resumes and conducted over 5000 interviewsSonal worked with CEOs and executive committees, and also with front-line employees. This gives her a unique vantage point to help you with your career, no matter what situation you find yourself in now.She holds an MBA from INSEAD, one of the leading business schools in the world. But what's most exciting is that she has been through challenges as a job seeker. You'll hear from someone who has been there before as a job seeker and who was able to implement best practices to land 5 job offers during a recession. You'll hear stories that bring those practices to life we will cover during this episode. Resources:Get more help on your applications from Let's Eat, GrandmaCheck out Sonal's YouTubeFollow Sonal on LinkedInFollow us:Follow Chris on LinkedInCheck us out on InstagramSubscribe to Let's Eat, Grandma's YouTube channel for video podcast highlights See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.