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CTA TechTalk: The JOBS Act: Its Impact on the Tech Industry and You
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CTA TechTalk: The JOBS Act: Its Impact on the Tech Industry and You

Please come join us for a morning of presentations and discussion on the state of networking technology.

When: Thursday, September 13, 2012
7:30am - 10:00am
Where: CTA Offices
216 16th Street
Suite 850
Denver, CO  80202
Contact: Maggie Reber-Wynn

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The JOBS Act: Its Impact on the Tech Industry and You 

The recent JOBS Act, enacted on April 12, was aimed at jumpstarting small business, but also carries changes to financial reporting as well as fundraising requirements. According to it, companies that went public after Dec. 8, 2011 are exempt from outside auditor review of internal controls for five years. This essentially countermands some provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and limits accounting oversight authority. According to some, it could have significant repercussions and unintended results. Join us to learn:

  • How disclosure requirements have relaxed for growing companies
  • The changing role of the auditor
  • Why SOX still has teeth

Greg Pfahl, Audit Partner, Hein & Associates
Greg Pfahl provides a wide range of audit and accounting services for both public and privately-held companies. He assists clients with financial reporting and complex transactions such as initial public offerings (IPOs), private offerings, and mergers and acquisitions; and he has extensive expertise in debt and equity financings, income tax accounting, and purchase price accounting. He focuses in the alternative energy, technology, and manufacturing and distribution industries.
Greg belongs to a variety of professional organizations, including Financial Executives International (FEI), the Public Company Forum of the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association. He is also on the board of directors of the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado, the Young Professionals Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado, and the Denver Jaycees Community Development Corporation. Before joining Hein, Greg was a staff accountant with Shelton & Associates in Bowling Green, Kentucky. He received his bachelors and Masters of Public Accountancy from Western Kentucky University.


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