Hot Topics in EBP Audits and the Department of Labor
OL086-17 | On Demand | Update | Self-Study
This session will discuss the focus areas of peer review, including the enhanced oversight project related to EBP audits, the key areas peer reviewers are looking at in EBP audits, and common errors made by EBP auditors. Additionally, we will discuss the Department of Labor’s role and changes they want to make going forward.
This video was recorded at the 2017 Employee Benefit Plans Conference.
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Randy M. Dummer, CPA
Dummer is a Partner with HHM in the accounting and audit area, joining the firm in 2011. He is the engagement partner on several employee benefit plan audits at HHM, as well as for automobile dealerships, manufacturers, not-for-profit organizations and other commercial businesses. He also performs numerous peer reviews and serves on the East Tennessee Review Acceptance Board and the Tennessee Peer Review Committee.
He was previously the firm wide leader for the employee benefit plan audit practice at Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP in Appleton, Wisconsin. The practice consisted of approximately 700 engagements performed by personnel in eight different offices. In this role, Randy developed and taught the firms internal training annually for their benefit plan audit staff, updated tools and templates, and served as the primary technical resource for employee benefit plan audit issues. He has extensive experience with audits of employee benefit plans, as well as not-for-profit organizations, and commercial businesses. He has been teaching seminars for the AICPA since 2003. Randy is a recipient of the AICPA Outstanding Instructor Award every year since 2008.Back to Facilitators