Auditing, Economic Outlook Part of Duquesne’s Fourth Accounting Conference
The chief economist of PNC Financial Services Group will discuss the regional and national economic outlook during the Duquesne University accounting department's fourth annual Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Conference on Thursday, Nov. 19, in the Power Center Ballroom.
Stuart G. Hoffman, senior vice president and chief economist for PNC, will deliver the lunch keynote. Other topics throughout the day will focus on accounting, auditing and tax and ethics. Full-day attendees will earn 8 hours of CPE.
Registrations will be accepted for full-day, half-day and luncheon-only participation.
For more information, visit the website, www.duq.edu/business, or contact Robert Kollar, assistant professor of accounting, 412.396.4906, email@example.com.
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