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Evaluating Financial Statements, Payment Terms, and Accounts Receivable for Red Flags


Thu, August 6, 2020, 11:00


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Cost: Members: $95
Non-Members: $195

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Registration Includes: One telephone and web connection at one physical location


US: 11:00am ET

About the Webinar

Generally accepted accounting principles vary from one country to another. Join Johnson Controls Inc.’s Craig Simpkins, CCE, CICP, as he provides an overview of the differences between GAAP and IFRS and the financial ratios that help make sense of them. Craig will also identify warning signs that there may be a problem with a company’s financial statements and commonly used credit and payment terms in a variety of countries. Other topics covered in this webinar include:

  • Country Economic Indicators
  • Credit and Payment Terms
  • Signs of Troubled Customers
  • European Payment Trends


About the Speakers

Craig Simpkins CCE, CICP, Director of Finance, Johnson Controls, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Craig Simpkins has held many leadership positions at Johnson Controls, including in global finance process, integration, and transformation. Craig had global responsibility for the standardized and optimization of policies and procedures, management of key performance indicators, and the finance transformation process.

Previously he held leaderships positions for the order-to-cash and procurement-to-pay organizations in the North America shared service center. Craig has worked in accounting, finance, and shared services roles for more than 25 years. He has authored and presented several whitepapers and webinars on the shared service environment, cultural differences, and leveraging technology. Craig has master’s degrees in entrepreneurship and in accounting. And he is a certified fraud examiner and a CAPP. 


Webinar Access

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