2021 Fall Symposium: Fostering Success in an Evolving Environment
Doeren Mayhew, PNC and USI welcome you to join us at our 2021 Fall Symposium – Fostering Success in an Evolving Environment.
This complimentary conference will bring together highly-qualified experts in accounting, banking, cybersecurity, legal, investment banking and more to update you on the trends affecting your business, generate ideas on how to build your growth and more.
Federal and State Tax Policy Outlook
CFO Roundtable: Managing Your Business Through Unexpected Challenges
Workforce Trends and Strategies in Today’s Business Environment
From Owner to Seller – Key Areas to Consider in Your Exit Planning Journey
Tools of the Trade: Trends and Tips to Maximize Your Trade Activity
U.S. Economic Update and Future Outlook
Mitigating Cyber Risks in a Remote Work Environment
Year-End Tax Tips, Tools and Traps
The Future of U.S. Healthcare and What It Means to Employers
For session descriptions and more information, download the brochure. Complimentary to attendees. Complimentary valet and self parking will be available.
Earn up to 6 CPE credits. No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for CPE credits.
Program Level: Overview/Basic Delivery Method: Group-Live
Who Should Attend: CEOs, CFOs, CISOs, business owners and controllers
Fields of Study: Specialized Knowledge, Tax and Economics
We have registered with the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy as a CPE sponsor. This registration does not constitute an endorsement by the Board as to the quality of our CPE program.
Investment banking services are offered through Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors. Securities offered through Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors,LLC Member FINRA/SIPC. PNC and USI are not affiliated with Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors or FINRA. Doeren Mayhew Capital Advisors and Doeren Mayhew CPAs and Advisors are both owned by the same parent company.
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