Complimentary, CPE-eligible seminars to provide industry insights and networking opportunities for insurance professionals
CHICAGO (September 6, 2018) – Leading accounting and advisory firm Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (Baker Tilly) will host five hot topics seminars throughout September and October to discuss trending topics in the insurance industry.
“We are excited to expand the presence of our insurance industry forums to include events in Detroit, Madison, Minneapolis, Oak Brook and Philadelphia,” Ken Hugendubler, CPA, insurance industry practice group partner at Baker Tilly, said. “Regularly hosting these seminars allows us to share our thoughts and observations about the current and future state of the industry, while allowing insurers to engage in dialogue with other industry professionals.”
This year’s agendas include sessions on cybersecurity and IT mitigation strategies, tax reform, the current regulatory environment, and U.S. GAPP and statutory accounting updates. The speakers will focus on how these topics impact insurance companies now and in the future.
The Insurance Hot Topics Seminars are free to attend and include food and beverages, and additional time throughout the day for networking. Registration is required. Attendees are eligible to earn between four to eight continuing professional education (CPE) credits, depending on the location.
About Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (bakertilly.com)
Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP (Baker Tilly) is a nationally recognized, full-service accounting and advisory firm whose specialized professionals connect with clients and their businesses through refreshing candor and clear industry insight. With approximately 2,800 employees across the United States, Baker Tilly is ranked as one of the 15 largest accounting and advisory firms in the country. Headquartered in Chicago, Baker Tilly is an independent member of Baker Tilly International, a worldwide network of independent accounting and business advisory firms in 147 territories, with 33,600 professionals. The combined worldwide revenue of independent member firms is $3.4 billion.