The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association released its 2016 calendar of events, which includes face-to-face conferences and workshops and web-based programs. Continuing education credits are available for many of the offerings.
ELFA’s 2016 lineup includes the following offerings:
Equipment Management Conference & Exhibition, February 21-23, Scottsdale, AZ
Executive Roundtable, March 6-8, Coral Gables, FL
5th Annual IMN/ELFA Investors Conference, March 22, New York
Bank Best Practices Roundtable, April 19, Chicago
Captive and Vendor Finance Best Practices Roundtable, April 19, Chicago
Independent Best Practices Roundtable, April 19, Chicago
28th Annual National Funding Conference, April 19-21, Chicago
Principles of Equipment Leasing and Finance Workshop, April 19-21, Chicago
Legal Forum, May 1-3, San Francisco
AGL&F Public Sector Finance Forum, May 4-6, Charlotte, NC
Capitol Connections, May 18-19, Washington, DC
Credit and Collections Management Conference & Exhibition, June 5-7, Denver
Principles of Equipment Leasing and Finance Workshop, June 14-16, Philadelphia
Operations & Technology Conference & Exhibition, September 12-14, Baltimore
Lease and Finance Accountants Conference, September 12-14, Baltimore
Principles of Equipment Leasing and Finance Workshop, September 12-14, Los Angeles
ELFA 55th Annual Convention, October 23-25, Palm Desert, CA
In addition to these events, the ELFA will expand its offerings in preparation for the new lease accounting standard. To help members prepare, the association is planning a number of initiatives to educate stakeholders about the new rules. Activities in 2016 will include a free web seminar, a one-day workshop and customized in-house training.
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