2018 Carolinas Council and NC Triangle Fall Conference

Raleigh, North Carolina
Friday, October 12, 2018

2018 Carolinas Council and NC Triangle Fall Conference
8 CPE Hours NASBA Approved

2018 Carolinas Council and NC Triangle Fall Conference
Friday, October 12, 2018 7:30 AM - 4:45 PM (Eastern Time)

Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh/Crabtree Valley
(919) 881-7080
3920 Arrow Drive
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612
United States

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2018 Carolinas Council and NC Triangle Fall Conference- 8 CPE Hours NASBA Approved
50 minutes = 1 Hr of CPE

Conference details here>>>>>>2018_IMACarolinasCouncil_NCTriangle_FallConference_V4.pdf


 Ted Kazaglis, J. D. –  Employment Law Update - What you should know

Jamie Long, MBA            –  Misplaced Trust – Devastating Fraud (Ethics)

Ginger Rothrock, Ph.D.    –  Packaging Your Idea – How Finance can bring  Innovation

Victor Font - Introduction of Cybersecurity, The Cybersecurity  Ecosystem

William Voorhees, MFA, CAMS, CFE - What is Bitcoin and How Blockchain works

Cost before Oct 5th:

$150 for IMA Member
$175 for Non IMA Member
$  60 for Students

After Oct 5th, All are $175.00

Note: Breakfast and Lunch is included for all attendees.

The NC Triangle Fall Conference continues to create exceptional value for attendees through a unique blend of tradition and innovation.  Our 2018 Conference is designed to help accounting and finance professionals develop the key competencies needed to become strategic partners within their enterprise.  

This year's conference is offering 8 hours of NASBA approved CPE!  

Conference check in will begin at 7:30am and our first session will start at 8:00am on Friday, October 12th.


Suggested Lodging:

Hampton Inn Crabtree Valley (Hilton Brand)
3920 Arrow Drive, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27612
TEL: +1-919-881-7080

$115 2 Queen Beds Non Smoking
$115 1 King Bed Non Smoking
Code = "IMA"

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