After the Credit Crisis: Transparency and Other Issues in Financial Statement Analysis

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Equity Research and Valuation/Security Analysis Conferences
2008 Equity Research and Valuation Techniques Conference
Source: CFA Institute

50:00, audio podcast, recorded on 3 December 2008
Posted on 16 January 2009

Jeremy Perler, CFA, is co-head of the Center for Financial Research and Analysis (CFRA) accounting research product of the RiskMetrics Group financial research and analysis unit. He also leads the technology sector research team. Previously, Mr. Perler worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers auditing technology and media companies. He is frequently cited in business publications such as Barron's, BusinessWeek and the Wall Street Journal and has made numerous appearances on CNBC. Mr. Perler holds a BBA degree in accounting and finance, and a master's degree in accounting from the University of Michigan.

This information is accurate as of the date of recording.



Jeremy Perler, CFA, discusses the following:
  • Striving for continuous improvement in investment research: Key take-aways from recent company/market events and earnings disappointments
  • Uncovering misleading metrics and avoiding financial shenanigans
  • Understanding the implications of new accounting rules and regulations after the credit crisis
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