WIT-NC Presents

Accounting for Global Trade Professionals:

Expanded Knowledge & Skill-Building

NetApp, Sunnyvale, CA

Wednesday, April 12, 2017    6:00 – 8:00 pm
Networking, Dinner, and Program

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Accounting for Global Trade Professionals:
Expanded Knowledge & Skill-Building

Featuring a Discussion with KPMG on Accounting Essentials


Accounting principles often appear in the international trade world, whether it be from an audit perspective or determining customs valuation, but trade professionals may not always understand basic accounting concepts and how they interplay with various trade concepts. This program will feature a discussion with KPMG Trade & Customs U.S. National Practice Leader Andrew Siciliano to understand the fundamentals of accounting as it relates to trade compliance and customs valuation, including:

  • Key accounting concepts and documentation
  • Accounting references in customs rulings and focused assessments
  • What accounting documentation you should review and why
  • Other relevant accounting concepts, such as depreciation/amortization, cash accounting/accrual accounting, accruals and disclosures, and others.

Who Will Benefit
: Trade Compliance Professionals, Import and Export Managers, Operations, Logistics, and Supply Chain

Speaker: Andrew Siciliano, U.S. National Practice Leader, KPMG’s Trade & Customs Practice


Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: NetApp, Sunnyvale, CA

Registration Fee: $45 - Member; $65 Non-Member; Corp. Table of 8: $325.00 Student Rate $15.00 (must be a current student with a student id). Please email info@wit-nc.com if you have special dietary requirements. Register by 5 pm, the Friday prior to the event to avoid a $5 late registration fee.

Cancellations must be received by 5 pm, the Monday prior to the event. If not received, registrant will remain responsible for payment.