Forensic Accounting Explained
September 7th 2021
This event is a great opportunity for aspiring CPA’s to learn more about where your designation can take you. You may be interested in pursuing forensic accounting or have no idea what it is – Join us to learn about what forensic accountants
actually do and what is needed to get into this profession. You will also get insight into the opportunities at Ontario Securities Commission . Our guest speakers Shaifali Joshi-Clark and Daniel
Tourangeau, are Senior Forensic Accountants at the OSC as well as UofT alumni! There will be time for Q&A. following their presentation.
Data Analytics in Accounting
January 18th 2022
The use of data analytics in business is on the rise. As a future CPA, it is an important skill to have in your toolkit. This event looks at the basics of data analytics through the lens of accounting. You will learn about some
of the practical applications of data analytics in the workplace as well as what programs you should be skilled in. Our guest speaker is Professor Christine Liu, you may recognize her from RSM326 (Data Analytics in Financial Accounting
Information). There will be time for Q&A following her presentation.
IIA Info Session
January 27th 2022
RCAS has partnered with the Institute of Internal Auditor (IIA) for this info session. Join us to learn more about what internal audit is and what career in this profession could look like. Guest speakers include IIA representatives
Doug Johnson (Chief Risk Officer and Former VP Internal Audit at Haventree Bank), Libby Duckworth (Senior Manager in Internal Audit, Risk Compliance Services at KPMG), Tony Malfara (Partner(retired), Risk Advisory Services at KPMG
and a Board Member of IIA Canada), and Veronica Bila (Partner, Enterprise Risk Services at MNP). Following a presentation, there will be a panel of internal audit professionals with an opportunity for open Q&A at the end.
Tax Prep 101
February 22nd 2022
This event is for students who want to do their own taxes or simply want to learn more about the process. Professor Matthew Roman will walk us through how to successfully prepare for Canadian tax season, the various ways you can file
your taxes (whether you file yourself or have someone else do it for you), and important tax filing tips all students should know.