KPMG is pleased to invite you to a seminar for insurance companies and pension funds.
1. oktober 2015, 8:00 - 13:00, CET
KPMG is pleased to invite you to a seminar for insurance companies and pension funds. This seminar will focus on the recently issued new accounting act, which comes into force 1 January 2016.
Presenters include industry experts who will share their experiences and challenges related to the implementation of accounting rules and regulations, and representatives from the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority, who will provide an outlook for the industry. As last year, we are expecting a high level of interest for the seminar and look very much forward to welcoming you. We promise an exciting day of debate and exchange of experiences on current issues and challenges in the industry.
We promise an exciting day of debate and exchange of experiences on current issues and challenges in the industry.
Board and audit committee members, CEOs, CFOs and CROs as well as other individuals responsible for and with an interest in the regulatory framework.
The seminar starts at 8:45, and there will be a light breakfast from 8:00. We will finish at 13:00, offering the opportunity to stay for networking and a light lunch.
Date & Location
8:00 - 13:00
1 October, 2015
KPMG P/S, Damfærgevej 28, 2100 Copenhagen
You can sign up and register to the seminar already today by sending a mail to DEN-FM-FSfirstname.lastname@example.org no later than 28 September 2015.
Since there are a limited number of seats, we recommend that you sign up as soon as possible.
The seminar will be held in Danish and is free of charge.
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