Lunch & Learn: The Changing Landscape of Lease Accounting (LL317)
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When: 07/18/2017
11:30 am until 1:10 pm
Where: Via Webcast OR Onsite at LCPA Training Facility, 2400 Veterans Blvd, Ste 500, Kenner, LA 70062
United States
Presenter: Anne Oestriecher, CPA, CFP
Contact: Laura Murray
504 904 1124

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Acronym LL317
CPE 2 hours
Category Audit
Level Basic
LCPA members
(per program)
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Course Description

Focusing on lessee accounting, this course will provide an overview of the new lease accounting requirements, including identification and classification of leases. Practical examples will explain the calculations as well as the resulting debits and credits.

Meet the Speaker

Anne Oestriecher, CPA, CFP

Anne began her career with Deloitte & Touche, spending 8 years in the audit department. Her client base was focused on the financial services and not-for-profit industries.

In 1993, Anne moved to Hibernia National Bank, and served as the Accounting Policy & Control Manager. She was responsible for implementing new accounting policies, educating directors, senior management and the finance group staff on various accounting issues, documenting internal controls in accordance with FDICIA and later, Sarbanes-Oxley Act Section 404. She also managed accounting staff responsible for several technical accounting areas, and served as a consultant to other departments in writing and implementing new policies and procedures.

After the acquisition of Hibernia by Capital One in 2005, Anne began her own practice providing consulting services to small businesses and instructing continuing professional education for CPAs across the country.

In 2009, she began working with Oestriecher Financial Management Services as an Advisory Representative, providing a full range of financial planning services to individual and small business clients. She is fully licensed to offer investment and insurance products in several states. In 2011, she completed the requirements and passed the examination and is now a Certified Financial PlannerTM.

Anne is a graduate of Loyola University in New Orleans, with a BBA in Accounting. She is a member of the Society of Louisiana CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs. She was named “Outstanding Discussion Leader” by the LCPA in 2009 and by the AICPA for 2010.

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