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Pat Woodbury is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in Washington, DC. Ms. Woodbury has more than 30 years of experience gained through consulting and at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in corporate financial management and public accounting. She provides expert, advisory consulting and investigative services related to technical accounting, auditing, financial reporting, professional responsibility, FCPA and other SEC related issues.
Ms. Woodbury’s experience includes assisting companies with the analysis, accounting and disclosure for various complex transactions. She has assisted companies in responding to comments raised by the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance and other communications with the SEC. She has advised companies on complex accounting issues has provided assistance to public and pre-IPO companies with SEC filings, including “pre-reviews” prior to filing and advised registered accounting firms in their interactions with the PCAOB.
Ms. Woodbury’s experience also includes financial fraud investigations, forensic accounting, FCPA investigations, compliance reviews and other litigation support. She has provided expert opinions related to internal controls, SEC reporting and the responsibilities of auditors.
On Dec 15-16, 2015 at Financial Accounting & Reporting Update at Philadelphia Hyatt Bellevue
Patricia began the presentation with an overview of the SEC Organization structure. Patricia provided an update of SEC Enforcement activities including their newest milestones and more aggressive stance. The Division’s priorities for the coming year include a focus on complex financial products, gatekeepers, financial reporting, market structure, insider trading, and municipal securities.
The next are of focus in the presentation was SEC Comment Letter Trends and the most common areas by percentage:
Fair Value Measurements
Signatures, exhibits and agreements
Non-GAAP financial measures
Intangible assets and goodwill
Executive Comp disclosures
Acquisitions and business combinations
Patricia also detailed the latest rends in restatements, SEC whistleblower program, FCPA, international convergence, Dodd-Frank Act, Clawback policies