FEI Colorado Events

September Monthly Chapter Dinner And Professional Development Meeting

Presenters: Elizabeth Paulsen and William Moschella | Sponsored by Hays Companies
September 20, 2018 | 4:00 PM

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Business Breakfast Series: October 16th

Speaker: TBA | Sponsored by IMA
October 16, 2018 | 7:30 AM

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Business Breakfast Series: October 30th

Speaker: TBA | Sponsored by Anton Collins Mitchell
October 30, 2018 | 7:30 AM

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About FEI Colorado

FEI Colorado is the premier professional and networking organization for corporate financial management executives in Colorado.  FEI Colorado hosts over 50 professional or networking events annually for over 300 members and is a chapter of Financial Executives International (link).  Top reasons to join FEI Colorado include:

Monthly dinner programs featuring nationally renowned speakers addressing current topics of interest.

Professional Development Seminars providing CPE credits hosted by our strategic partner network of top tier CPA firms, banks, consulting firms and others.

Build lasting relationships with your colleagues and peers in financial leadership positions.

Advance your career as you collaborate across corporate boundaries and titles on FEI National and Colorado committees working on issues of local and national significance.

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FEI National Events

FEI National: Developing SEC Reporting and Filing Competencies (San Francisco)

Speaker: W. Anderson (Andy) Bishop, CPA, SEC Consultant
October 17, 2018 | 12:00 AM

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