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My White Paper on the New Lease Accounting Is Available August 9, 2010

Posted by Bob Cook in Financial Planning & Analysis, Lease Accounting, Profession of Corporate Real Estate.
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If you register on the TRIRIGA website, you can get access to my white paper “The New Lease Accounting Standard and You” here. Like the TRIRIGA webinars that I’ve held, the paper will inform you about … not just what the new standard will be, but … what the strategic and process implications are for those involved in corporate real estate.

If you’d like to hear the webinars, they are also still available, on-demand, on TRIRIGA’s website here. If you have time to listen to just one of the three, I’d recommend the second webinar entitled: “Strategic and Practical Implications”. I’ve had many people tell me that they found the webinars very illuminating.

BTW, FASB and IASB are expected to issue the Exposure Draft on Lease Accounting this week.   There probably won’t be too much new in the document for those who have read the previously-issued Discussion Draft and who have followed the accounting boards deliberations over the last few months … but the issuance of the Exposure Draft should spur companies to get serious about addressing how the new accounting standard is going to affect their real estate strategies and processes.   See my previous posts on the New Lease Accounting, here.


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