Thank you for joining Ali Baydoun and Michael Poveda on Thursday, January 21, for a breakdown of the second round of PPP. The webinar covered all aspects of the new program, including the changes to eligibility, applications, loan uses, forgiveness, and tax implications.
Congress approved another round of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding and has given updates regarding the covered uses of PPP funds. Thank you to everyone who joined us for a virtual discussion and presentation by Michael Poveda and Ali Baydoun.
Watch an excerpt from the webinar below:
Ali Baydoun | Principal
Ali is a lead member of the Enterprise Business Services team and has experience providing advisory, tax, and attest services for middle-market clients. He specializes in manufacturing, software and printing industries.
Ali has been called on regularly to present on US tax planning post-Tax Reform at several firm events. He was named the top delegate of the UHY Leadership Forum held annually in Spain, recognized as an outstanding young talent displaying exceptional leadership skills among member firms. He is a past recipient of the Rising Star Award from the Arab American Professionals Network.
Michael Poveda | Partner
Michael has over 24 years of professional experience providing accounting, assurance and advisory services to clients in various industries. He advises clients on important issues and trends impacting businesses, including complex financial reporting matters, structured transactions, risk management and performance improvement. Michael possesses deep technical proficiency and broad skills that are transferable across professional environments and industries. His areas of expertise include SEC, US GAAP & IFRS reporting, internal controls, risk management, corporate finance and governance. He holds exceptional communication skills, including significant experience at the executive management and board levels.
Prior to joining UHY, Michael was the managing partner of the Albany market for an international professional services firm. He also served as partner at a “Big Four” firm in Metro-NYC before relocating back to his roots in Upstate New York.