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Modern Finance in the digital age - Presented by EY

Wednesday November 18, 1:00pm PST

As organizations respond to the pandemic crisis, many are exploring how the finance function can best meet the challenges of a globally connected, complex business environment. Operating in a virtual setting, companies have identified a need for policies, processes, and technology that support resilience and adaptability as well as value creation through business insights in a manner that is both cost effective and focused on speed to value.Join us for an interactive dialogue with McKesson’s Noel Rivenes, VP/Controller, North America Financial Shared Services and Kimberly Pritchard, Director, Accounting Systems who are realizing value as a result of their Modern Finance journey. McKesson, a Fortune 500 health care company, has taken a digital, data-driven approach to meeting customers’ needs during the pandemic. Rivenes and Pritchard are taking the same approach as they transform the company’s accounting systems, ensuring access to information and business insights.In addition, gain insights from a recent EY survey of global finance leaders, the DNA of the CFO, taken at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This session is eligible for 1 CPE/CPD credit in the Management Services field of study.

The Intercompany Journey: Enabling Your Top Use Cases

Thursday November 19, 12:00 PM PST

Intercompany accounting spans the areas of accounting, tax, and treasury. It is often overwhelming to understand how to begin to streamline your intercompany process. Learning from successful intercompany transformation use cases can foster better decisions in our own organizations. We’ll bring together insights from specialists and your peers on ways to get control over your integrated processes. Join BlackLine and Kraft-Heinz for a presentation of common intercompany use cases and how the Intercompany Hub facilitated transformation in these use cases. The conversation will continue with Deloitte and EY to bring together insights on leading practices to standardize, improve and transform the intercompany process.

This session is eligible for 1.5 CPE/CPD credit in the Management Services field of study.

Turning the Page on 2020

Thursday November 19, 10:00 AM PST

It's no secret that this year, accounting and finance teams faced new and unanticipated challenges. Moderated by event emcee Soledad O’Brien, you're invited you to interact with leaders from BlackLine, Deloitte, EY, and SAP as they discuss leading practices for the virtual close and remote audits, the post-pandemic future of work, and what CFOs and CAOs see as the future of Finance and Accounting. I think we can all agree: it’s time to look forward and turn the page on 2020.

This session is eligible for 1 CPE/CPD credit in the Business Management & Organization field of study.

Co-Sponsor of “Off The Books” with Trevor Noah

Wednesday November 18, 4:00pm PST

In a one night only special event, Trevor Noah will host Off The Books, a late night style show that will see Trevor interview BlackLine customers to explore the challenges, successes, and hilarity of Accounting in 2020. No stress, no politics, just fun.

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Join more than 5,000 controllers, accountants, finance executives, and BlackLine experts for a 3-day virtual event experience dedicated to modern accounting.

Become part of this global community of experts as we go beyond reconciliations, beyond closing the books, and beyond legacy traditional accounting processes for three days of innovation, collaboration, and celebration.

November 17-19, 2020