Management and Business Advisers Conference


All continuing education amounts are based on attendance at both days of the conference unless otherwise noted.

CPE: 24 hours available

Ethics: 6 hours available

To claim ethics credits, you must register for and attend approved sessions: 

  • B2. Ethical Leadership in Accounting and Finance (1.5 hours)  
  • F2. Business Ethics and the Need for Internal Controls (1.5 hours)  
  • J1. Ethics: A Line in the Sand 2020 (1.5 hours)  
  • Q2. Current Issues in Accounting and Business Ethics (1.5 hours)  

CLE (Standard): 19.5 hrs available

NASBA Fields of Study (FOS): Refer to individual session descriptions.

Technical/Non-technical classification: Session dependent. There are a total of 22.5 technical hours available and a total of 27 nontechnical hours available at MBAC20.

Session registration

Session registration is required to ensure continuing education credits are awarded correctly.

You may select or update your session selections through Wednesday, June 17.

Certificates of attendance

CPE transcripts (certificates of attendance) will be updated with MBAC20 information beginning Wednesday, July 1.

View your CPE transcript  

Learning objectives

  • Learn how to respond to and comply with technical, regulatory and legislative developments.
  • Discover tools and strategies to improve financial performance.
  • Identify ways to effectively lead, engage and develop employees.
  • Learn how to defend against cybersecurity threats and implement new technology.

CPE Sponsor Info

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The Minnesota Society of CPAs (MNCPA) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: