Strategic Opportunities for Competitive Carriers

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Josephine McCann, Moss Adams, 408-558-7585.
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

How can financial strategies positively or negatively impact the ability to compete? In the ever-changing telecommunications market, competitive providers look for every opportunity to bolster their business model.

In this webcast, we’ll discuss how tax mitigation strategies, lease structuring, and management of communication regulations can provide opportunities to improve business execution.

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Speakers

Cheri Burnham, Partner, Moss Adams

Cheri has focused on telecommunications and cooperative tax since 1995, providing tax planning and compliance as well as consulting services for cooperative and corporate reorganizations and cooperative capital credit strategies. Her clients include wireline ILEC and CLEC commercial and cooperative enterprises, wireless and international carriers, cable television companies, fiber transport companies, and telephone associations.

Camille Christiansen, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Camille has provided audit and consulting services to small and mid-sized rural telecommunications companies since 2001. She manages financial audits of wireline ILEC and CLEC commercial and cooperative enterprises, wireless and international carriers, cable television companies, and fiber transport companies.

Tym Rutkowski, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Tym has worked in the telecommunications industry since 2010 in both corporate and consulting with a focus in regulatory compliance and cost studies. He specializes in many of the regulatory compliance requirements including CLEC start-up and service area expansions.

Chad Duval, Partner, Moss Adams

Chad has specialized in providing service to the telecommunications industry since 1995. His clients are small- to mid-size rural telecommunications and broadband carriers, and his experience includes separations studies, forward-looking economic cost studies, rate cases, depreciation studies, and state and federal regulatory issues.

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