ACI Managing Partner, Jay Gettenberg, will join a teleconference of accounting professionals on December 8th to discuss regulatory issues and considerations the industry faces as the country heads into 2021.
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ACI Managing Partner, Jay Gettenberg, will participate in a November 12 virtual roundtable discussion on important issues FINOPs may face in the upcoming audit season.
The roundtable will bring together six industry veterans to provide insights and advice on a variety of topics, including the impact of the COVID pandemic on internal control changes, fixed asset and other impairments, and related issues.
FINRA just clarified a question that has been a thorn in the side for many outsourced FINOPs and their broker-dealer clients for many years: Are FINOPs required to make on-site inspections of their clients’ records to fulfill their regulatory duties?
The short answer: No.
The SEC recently provided non-carrying broker dealers with an alternative option as to how they can maintain their exemptive status under SEC Rule 15c-3-3.
ACI Managing Partner, Jay Gettenberg, has worked closely with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) and FINRA in recent years to address the practical reality that there are FINRA member firms who do not hold customer funds, yet do not technically qualify under any of the four exemptions listed on the X-17A-5 Focus Report.