TechnologyAccounting SoftwareRoad map will ease ‘regulatory burden’

Road map will ease 'regulatory burden'

Delegates at Softworld Accounting & Finance will be given a step-by-step roadmap for dealing with regulatory issues such as BASEL II, Sarbanes-Oxley and International Accounting Standards.

Link: Softworld special area

Liz Wood, portfolio director of Softworld A&F, said: ‘Regulatory conformance and the run up to the 2005 deadline will be the key issue for organisations this year.’

Wood said educational sessions throughout the two-day show would provide practical advice and a simple roadmap for navigating these potentially hazardous pitfalls.

This will be achieved using ‘business focus’ masterclass streams, comprising sessions which focus on topics such as impending legislation and compliance.

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