George Georgiades, CPA, has more than 30 years of experience in public accounting, including seven years as an audit senior manager with a major international accounting firm. He has his own firm and consults with CPA firms, public companies, and private companies on technical accounting, auditing, and financial reporting and disclosure issues. He works closely with senior partners in charge of the quality control and accounting and auditing technical functions at several CPA firms. He also has served as an engagement quality reviewer on hundreds of audit engagements related to financial statements of small, closely held corporations and large, publicly held enterprises. George has broad experience servicing and advising clients on a wide range of topics including revenue recognition, leases, business combinations, equity transactions, going-concern issues, internal controls, and consolidation. He has served companies in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, technology, healthcare, life sciences, and construction.
George is a nationally recognized published author of numerous publications dealing with accounting and auditing engagements, audit methodology and strategy, engagement quality control, continuing education courses, financial reporting, and financial statement disclosures. Also, he has contributed extensively to several other publications dealing with public company audits, internal controls, professional ethics, and variable interest entities. He has conducted peer reviews, consulting reviews, and inspections of CPA firms. He is a member of the AICPA and the California Society of CPAs, and served on the California Society of CPAs’ Peer Review Committee.
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Bloomberg Tax Portfolio 5450, Compilations and Reviews of Financial Statements, (Accounting Policy and Practice Series), examines in detail the AICPA's Statement on Standards for Accounting and Review Services (SSARS)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolio 5112-4th, Accounting and Disclosure for Derivatives and Hedging Instruments, examines how an entity accounts for derivatives and hedging activities under authoritative generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) set out in the Financial Accounting Standards Board's Accounting Standards Codification® (ASC).