2021 Outlook – Webcast Panel Discussion

Chicago, IL—January 4, 2021—A webcast and panel discussion will share insights and perspectives on the business, economic, and tax environment in 2021 and beyond. The complimentary webcast is scheduled for Tuesday, January 19, 1 PM CST.

After a tumultuous 2020, what can corporate accounting and finance professionals expect in the coming year, with a new administration?  Two expert panelists will share their perspectives including Dan North, Chief Economist, Euler Hermes North America Div. Allianz, and Scott Peterson, Vice President U.S. Tax Policy and Government Relations at Avalara. The panel discussion will be moderated by Lindy Antonelli, Partner, Armanino, and Board Chair of the Controllers Council. 

The “2021 Outlook” webcast and panel discussion is produced by the Controllers Council, a community and member association for Controllers, CFOs, corporate accounting and finance executives focused on career development, peer interaction, recognition and networking. 

“No question rapidly changing environments will continue this coming year, along a corresponding requirement for frequent planning”, states Neil Brown, Controllers Council Executive Director. “Our expert panelists should help corporate professionals to identify and understand some of the priority economic and tax considerations for 2021 and beyond.”

To Register for the free webcast, 2021 Outlook: Webcast and Panel Discussion, click here.

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