Speaker Series Current Schedule
February 12, 2021, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (virtual)
Veit is a member of the management board of AlixPartners Germany. He is internationally recognized as a “financial crime expert“ (CNN) and held key roles in the context of reviews commissioned by the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and various bank regulators. Global Investigations Review highlighted the advice he gave to “multinational companies over compliance monitorships following US enforcement actions.” His work concerns investigating and preventing fraud, corruption and money laundering, as well as related offenses such as tax evasion, sanctions circumventions or terrorism financing. He has supported companies on-site in more than 20 countries. His inhouse roles for multinational companies included acting as Money Laundering Reporting Officer, divisional head for allegation management and investigations, and holding CFO responsibility. He researched at Harvard University and has a doctoral degree in economics from the University of Tübingen and a graduate degree from University of Heidelberg.
March 19, 2021, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (virtual)
Mohammad is a Director in BDO’s Accounting & Reporting Advisory Services group (“ARAS”). As a member of BDO’s West Region ARAS group, he assists companies with complex accounting issues, new accounting standards implementation, public and private company reporting matters, and various other technical accounting matters, primarily focusing on high-tech, software, semi-conductor, construction, and financial services companies. Mohammad has more than 12 years of financial reporting and technical accounting experience, including extensive experience for audits of both publicly traded and privately-held companies. He has also worked in the industry for a manufacturing company leading their accounting department. His experience includes assistance with SPAC Transactions, IPOs, implementation of ASC 606 revenue recognition, SEC filings, financial reporting, lease accounting, audit support, systems ERP conversions, accounting for business combinations, and consolidation, M&A transactions, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Mohammad grew up in Toronto, Canada and previously worked with Ernst & Young.
April 23, 2021, 1:00 - 2:00 pm (virtual)
Jenneen Kaufman is in her 24th season and her 12th as Senior Vice President/CFO for the Titans. Kaufman spent her first 11 seasons as the team's controller before being promoted to Vice President/Controller in 2008. Kaufman is responsible for financial reporting, budgeting and the Collective Bargaining Agreement audit for the franchise. She also oversees the accounting of ticket and suite sales, sponsorships and broadcast revenues, player and staff payroll, while assisting with special projects. In addition, she oversees the accounting for Nissan Stadium, including concerts, Tennessee State University football games, the Music City Bowl and other events; and served as human resources liaison for all Titans employees in Nashville from 1999-2014.