For over 80 years, Bloomberg BNA has been a leading provider of news and insights for executives and other professionals across four key verticals: Legal, Tax & Accounting, HR/Payroll and Environmental, Health and Safety. Our events convene leaders of corporations, law firms, accounting firms, and other organizations as well as representatives from government agencies for meaningful exchanges of ideas and strategy. We focus on delivering valuable content to audiences impacted by critical business and regulatory issues across our core verticals. Our events provide a unique opportunity to reach and engage with influential leaders of corporations, law firms, accounting firms and other organizations.

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GOVERNMENT

  • Bloomberg Edge Briefings
    • Location: Washington DC
    • Dates:
      • February – Trade
      • April – Tech and Regulation
      • June – Infrastructure and Transportation
      • September – Energy and Environment
  • IN/SITE Briefings
    • Location: Washington, DC
    • Dates:
      • February
      • April
      • June
      • August
      • October
      • December
    • Description: Top industry experts sit down with Bloomberg Government for an open one-on-one conversation on the critical issues relevant to their work—and yours.
  • NEXT/EDGE Briefings
    • Location: Washington, DC
    • Dates:
      • February – Next/Edge Health IT
      • April – Next/Edge Shared Services
      • September – Next/Edge Replacing Legacy IT
      • October – Next/Edge Cybersecurity
    • Description: NEXT/EDGE provides unique access to the most influential decision makers in federal contracting. These events connect contracting strategists, business development professionals and senior executives with the key federal government procurement and policy officials whose work informs their industry.


SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS

  • Sustainable Business Summit Series
    • Dates and Locations:
      • West - Seattle - May 2017
      • Canada - Toronto - June 2017
      • East - New York - October 2017
      • Europe - London - November 2017
    • Description: The Bloomberg Sustainable Business Summits convene innovative thinkers, practitioners and C-suite executives in major cities around the world to address how companies are seizing sustainable business opportunities to enhance business value and societal benefits.
  • Bloomberg Global Investment Forum
    • Location: New York, NY
    • Date: September 2017
    • Description: The Bloomberg Global Investment Forum will bring 10 to 20 countries and regions of the world together in a day-long conference about critical issues and emerging opportunities for foreign direct investment.  Through a series of VIP interviews, panel discussions, and country or region-specific break-out sessions, national governments and their agencies will be given an influential platform to tell their stories to the American financial community. 
  • Sustainable Business Country Briefings
    • Dates and Locations:
      • New York – October 2017 – Central Europe Strategic Summit: Polish Briefing
      • New York – June 2017 – Inspiring Innovation: Invest in Switzerland
  • Bloomberg Brexit Briefing
    • Location: New York, NY
    • Description: Over the next few years, as the U.K. negotiates the terms of its withdrawal from the E.U., companies and investors must cope with tremendous uncertainty across many critical areas. The Bloomberg Brexit Briefings will seek answers to some of the big questions on the minds of business decision-makers

TAX

  • Revenue Recognition
    • Location: Washington, DC
    • Date: March 2017
    • Description: Over the next several years, many enterprises will have to gear up for information-gathering and systems changes as they shift to new regimes for both front-of-the-books reporting and footnote disclosure. In response, Bloomberg BNA, along with senior corporate practitioners, standard-setters and others, will present timely, educative programming to engage affected enterprises and to help make the unclear clear. This programming will focus on the needs of leading industry segments in several regions, and address the particular revenue recognition tasks these sectors face.
  • Transfer Pricing Conference Series
    • Dates and Locations:
      • Europe – Paris – March 27 and 28, 2017
      • US – DC – June 7 and 8, 2017
      • Canada – Toronto – Date TBD
      • Asia – City TBD – Date TBD
    • Description: Since 2011, Bloomberg BNA and Baker & McKenzie have successfully conducted the Global Transfer Pricing Conference Series to meet the needs of tax professionals around the world, who face issues unique to the jurisdictions in which they operate. This series enables us to present the latest changes and updates in transfer pricing, whether from the OECD/G-20 BEPS plan, court case outcomes that impact multinationals, domestic enforcement changes or any other developments.
  • International Tax Conference: Canada & Beyond
    • Location: Toronto
    • Date: To follow after the Transfer Pricing Conference in Toronto
    • Description: During this conference we will examine non-transfer pricing items under the BEPS Action Plan and also focus on more technical, Canadian specific tax issues. Sessions will also address cross-border mobility issues; the challenges created by a global digital economy and how Canadian firms are meeting them; and how to repatriate cash from a Canadian subsidiary.
  • Spin-Offs Conference
    • Location: New York, NY
    • Date: September 2017
    • Description: Hear from companies that have undertaken spin-offs, activist investors, investment bankers, analysts and practitioners of various legal disciplines as you take a deep dive into this complex world. Explore what’s driving the uptick in spin-offs and how the market – and the regulators – view these transactions. You’ll hear about the commercial challenges associated with executing a spin-off, and the complex array of nuts-and-bolts challenges, from financial accounting issues and tax considerations to board responsibilities, investor engagement, separation mechanics and HR sensitivities.
  • 3rd Annual Energy Tax Conference: Maximizing Value
    • Location: Houston, TX
    • Date: September 2017
    • Description: This conference will help energy company finance and tax executives deal with the constant pressure to add incremental value to their organizations’ bottom line. You’ll hear from government officials, policy makers, industry leaders and advisors who will confer on the most critical topics impacting energy tax companies at the international, federal and state levels. The conference will also feature a special CFO and VP Tax Roundtable session, where panelists will discuss managing risk, working with other parts of their organizations, and how tax can support the company in maximizing value.
  • Tax Controversies and Resolving Disputes: What to do Before, During and After
    • Description: TBD
  • Managing Indirect Taxes
    • Location: New York, NY
    • Description: This event is designed to help VAT professionals deal with the huge impact of these changes and to effectively manage their organization's VAT under the renewed pressure we all experience in the post Sarbanes-Oxley world.
  • Tax and Accounting Issues Facing the Financial Services, Banking and Insurance Industries
  • Tax and Accounting Issues Facing the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Industries
  • The Tax Department of the Future: Optimizing the Function
  • Industries in Focus Key Issues for Tax and Accounting Professionals

SPECIALTY

  • Global Business. Global Workforce. Global Mobility Challenges Facing Multinational Corporations.
    • Location: New York, NY
    • Date: September 2017
    • Description: Join us as we explore the policy environment and business considerations today’s employers need as they create and optimize a global workforce. The program will feature in-depth conversations about the laws, reporting requirements and tax implications for employers as they identify the right systems to support a global workforce and still comply with regulatory requirements.
  • Global Business. Global Risk.
    • Location: New York, NY
    • Description: During this conference we’ll explore the challenges of growth through cross-border market expansion including understanding legal measures, the maze of regulatory requirements and policy.