The IFRS workshop was especially timely, as both U.S.-based subsidiaries of foreign companies and U.S. firms doing business abroad will need to get up to speed ASAP on its implications.
West Orange, NJ (PRWEB) February 10, 2009
Nick Magone of NJ CPA firm Couto, DeFranco & Magone recently traveled to Athens for the 29th annual conference of the Alliott Group, one of the world's leading independent multi-disciplinary alliances of accounting, legal, information technology, human resources, corporate finance and outsourcing professionals.
Since 2004, Couto, DeFranco & Magone has been an active member of the group, leveraging its alliance to offer the firm's international business clients access to invaluable local knowledge, from political and legal issues to regulatory concerns.
The four-day annual conference featured a mix of technical, legal and business development workshops on topics ranging from international financial reporting standards (IFRS) to intellectual property rights and trademark protection.
Says Magone, "The IFRS workshop was especially timely, as both U.S.-based subsidiaries of foreign companies and U.S. firms doing business abroad will need to get up to speed ASAP on its implications."
Launched in 1992, NJ CPA firm Couto, DeFranco & Magone offers corporate tax planning and tax preparation, non-profit audits, cost certification services, and estate and tax planning to individuals, small businesses, privately held companies, non-profit organizations, religious and educational institutions, and professional services firms. Headquartered in West Orange, NJ, Couto, DeFranco & Magone also has offices in New York City.
For more information, call 973- 325-3370 or visit http://www.cdmcpas.com.