Harold Martin will share his knowledge at AICPA’s 2016 Business Valuation School

Posted on 04.18.16

Harold Martin will share his knowledge at AICPA’s 2016 Business Valuation School

Harold Martin, partner in charge of Keiter's Valuation and Forensic services team will share his Business Valuation knowledge and insights at the AICPA's National Business Valuation School.  Harold and Kevin Yeanoplos, Brueggeman and Johnson Yeanoplos P.C., are the dynamic instructors scheduled to present in Englewood, Colorado on June 6-10.

The comprehensive program can help CPAs and financial professionals broaden their skills to confidently assess and maximize the value of a client’s business. During five intensive days, you’ll learn the relevant new theories, applications, best practice methods and hot-button controversies. A full day devoted to a real-world case study helps demonstrate how standards, techniques and approaches are incorporated into everyday practice. This is an intermediate course on business valuation; it’s strongly recommended that participants have a base level of valuation knowledge prior to attending.

There are two session options.

  • May 23-27, 2016 in Durham, North Carolina
  • June 6-10, 2016, in Englewood, Colorado

More information and registration details

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Harold G. Martin, Jr., is the Partner-in-Charge of Keiter’s Valuation and Forensic Services Group. He is also a member of Keiter’s Executive Committee.  He has over 30 years of experience and specializes in valuation and forensic accounting, including financial investigations and litigation consulting and expert witness services. He is a frequent speaker and writer on valuation topics.  Read more of Harold’s insights on our blog.

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