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Approaches to Mitigating Risk

Financial Forensics

 Approaches to Mitigating Risk
CPE Credit

Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT Presentation)
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: Two (2) Hours
Fields of Study: Accounting
Item Number: 13PFF0919
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Price: $110.00
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Program Description

AICPA Rule 201—Forensically Accepted GAAP
This webinar will teach participants how to formulate a risk assessment. Risk assessments are necessary for avoiding fraud and the other pitfalls present in valuation. It will also discuss how to use an objective and independent approach to valuation, how to identify the critical documents when performing a valuation, and how to further mitigate the risks present during a valuation.

Learning Objectives

After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:

- Formulate a risk assessment
- List the critical documents needed for a valuation
- Plan using an objective and independent approach
- Mitigate the risks associated with a valuation engagement

Who Should Attend

CPAs, attorneys, valuators, analysts, and auditors


Joseph Petrucelli, CPA, CFF, FCPA, CVA, MAFF, PSA, CFE
Since 2008, Mr. Joseph Petrucelli has been an adjunct professor at the College of Staten Island. He has taught and continues to teach undergraduate courses such as Introduction to Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Federal Income Taxation, and Cost Accounting. Mr. Petrucelli also developed, and is currently teaching, a graduate-level course on Forensic Accounting.

Mr. Petrucelli is the managing partner of PP&D Accounting Services, Inc., a New Jersey Corporation established in 2001. Mr. Petrucelli's duties include managing a full-time professional accounting staff that provides various services, including (but not limited to) matrimonial litigation, labor dispute resolution and union arbitration, contract dispute resolution, shareholder dispute, mortgage resolution, asset recovery, estate taxation, estate planning, business and individual tax preparation litigation support, auditing, financial statement preparation, assistance with corporate and individual financing, guardianships, business valuation and troubled individual and company financial workout accounting.

Clientele include local unions, lawyers, matrimonial clientele, residential and commercial developers, property management companies, construction companies (both residential and commercial), title insurance companies, assorted types of contractors, fuel oil companies, mortgage bankers, hotels and restaurants, real estate agents, video gaming enterprises, insurance companies, import and exports, and other retail and wholesale clients.

With regard to his accounting and forensic practices, Mr. Petrucelli has testified in civil court proceedings, participated in arbitrations and mediations, and prepared various reports with regard to assorted frauds, real estate and mortgage valuations, business valuations, estates, guardianships, contract disputes, audits (including forensic audits), construction cost analyses, and IRS tax resolutions.

He participates in numerous evaluations of municipal budgets and financial statements, reviews union labor contracts and calculations, prepares economic damage analyses, assists in the preparation of pension actuary analyses, and deals in workout-related matters pertaining to failing businesses or non-performing loans. Mr. Petrucelli personally reviews and prepares an economic analysis with regard to the State of New Jersey’s budget, when retained for union negotiations and various cities’ and counties’ bargaining units throughout the State of New Jersey.