Gain insight into how the new guidance will affect your business - now as you prepare for the compliance deadline and in the future.
Many private companies struggle to identify what's changing as a result of the new lease accounting standards and how it impacts their business structure. They also struggle to understand how to adequately prepare for lease accounting compliance deadlines, including what steps they need to take and when. This topic will help those who are responsible for lease accounting better understand how the new guidance will affect your business - now as you prepare for the compliance deadline and in the future. We will explain what you need to be aware of while performing lease accounting, and also guide you through the difficulties of implementing a software solution. This information is critical for accountants to ensure their lease accounting software contains accurate, reliable lease financial information to generate financial reports.
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The Effects of Lease Accounting Changes
- The Concept Behind the Lease Accounting Changes
- A View Into How Lease Accounting Changes Your Business
A Look at How to Apply New Guidance
- How to Classify Different Types of Leases
- Examining Practical Expedients
- A Detailed Look Into Lease Costs and Financials
- Types of Remeasurements and Triggers
Preparation for the Deadline
- Steps to Effectively Prepare for the 2021 Compliance Deadline
- Lessons Learned During Public Company Implementation
- A Comprehensive Step-By-Step Guide to a Successful Implementation
What the Future of Lease Accounting Looks Like
- Strategic Planning for the Future of Lease Accounting
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This course was last revised on December 5, 2019.
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Marc E. Betesh, Esq., MCR.h
- Founder and CEO of KBA Lease Services, a consulting company that pioneered and leads the field of auditing real estate leases for commercial tenants
- Founder and CEO of Visual Lease, the #1 lease optimization software provider for managing, analyzing, streamlining, and reporting on lease portfolios
- Instrumental in shaping the foundation of lease accounting standards in the industry, and also serves as a thought leader on GASB 87, ASC 842 and IFRS 16
- Regarded as “top-rated faculty” at CoreNet Global Learning, often lecturing on lease topics at New York University’s Real Estate Institute, American Bar Association, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Practicing Law Institute, ICSC, the Institute of Internal Auditors and other venues
- Active member of the New York and New Jersey Bars
- J.D. degree, Georgetown University Law Center; B.A. degree, Temple University
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or www.visuallease.com
- Vice President of Client Services at Visual Lease -KBA Lease Services
- Joining Visual Lease in 2013, she is Visual Lease’s Vice President of Client Services
- Over time, she has been mastering the lease management and accounting needs through her roles in support, account management, abstracting management, implementation and training As a leader, she has been heavily influenced by her prior experience on the other side of the table with the procurement team at News Corporation, her analysis and client interaction skills from her analytics experience at Bloomberg, and her idea creation and project execution skills from her TV producing endeavors
- As VP of Client Services, her mission is to make sure all Visual Lease clients are happy with the platform and services they receive
- Her team breaks into two groups: Professional Services and Customer Success; the Professional Services team addresses the technical and functional needs of the client from the moment they engage with Visual Lease’s platform, through implementation, training, abstracting and other services; Customer Success focuses on the overall success of clients and their adoption of Visual Lease within their businesses
- The Customer Success team provides proactive and reactive solutions and tools through support, success management and platform education; Client Services partners closely with the product, engineering, alliances, account management and sales teams to ensure clients’ voices are heard throughout the organization
- B.A. degree in finance and management, minor in producing, New York University’s Stern School of Business
- Vice President, Product Management at Visual Lease -KBA Lease Services
- A senior leader in the Visual Lease Technology organization since 2010
- As VP of Product Management, he manages all aspects of the Visual Lease Platform Strategy and Roadmap
- With years in the lease administration and lease accounting space, he brings expertise in those industries that allows Visual Lease to provide best in class products for our clients
- Over 23 years of IT experience, focused on hosted web-based software solutions with a strong cross-section of industries and company sizes
- Before joining the Visual Lease team, he worked at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Metropolitan Life, JPMorganChase and the USGA
- B.S. degree, Cornell University School of Engineering
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