Why Attend? The AICPA Practitioners Symposium and Tech+ Conference

Dawn McGeachy, Mats Olsson | April 18, 2016 |

Considering attending the AICPA Practitioners Symposium and Tech+ Conference June 5-8 in Las Vegas? Dawn McGeachy and Mats Olsson, both members of the IFAC Small and Medium Practices Committee, say it provides an opportunity to learn about new ideas and technologies, network, and discuss ways to enhance and improve your firm. The IFAC Gateway team will cover the conference—hope to see you there!

Dawn McGeachy

Principal, Colby McGeachy Professional Corporation

Dawn McGeachy is a licensed public accountant, and is the accounting and assurance partner in the firm Colby McGeachy Professional Corporation, an independent member firm of Porter Hétu International, where she also serves on the National Standards Committee. She has over 30 years of public practice and audit-related experience. Dawn has served on both the Public Accountants Council of Ontario for a three-year term, as well as the Public Accounting Licensing Board for the Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario. See more by Dawn McGeachy

Mats Olsson

Partner, Adrian & Partners AB

Mats Olsson is partner and one of the founders of Adrian & Partners AB. Adrian & Partners is a medium-sized practice in Gothenburg, Sweden, that works primarily with small- and medium-sized owner-led client companies. He has higher education in accounting as well as business law. Mr. Olsson was previously the Deputy Chair of  the IFAC SMPC and chair of its Task Force for Small Business Support. See more by Mats Olsson

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