February Monthly Chapter Dinner And Professional Development Meeting

February 15, 2018
4:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm PI
Denver, CO 80204
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Agenda

4:00 - 4:50 pm – Professional Development Session I*
5:00 - 5:50 pm – Professional Development Session II*
5:30 - 6:30 pm – Networking Social Hour
6:30 - 8:30 pm – Dinner and Presentation*
* CPE Eligible 

Dinner Session

Topic: How to MBO or ESOP? Approaches We Took in Transitioning a Successful Family Business
Presenter:
 Chris Banks, CFO, O'Dell Brewery
*CPE Details

Will the MBO or ESOP model work for your company? What don’t the advisors tell you? Many factors lead to a successful transition. Is there strong corporate leadership outside of family members? Are the employees engaged? Is the corporate culture conducive? Is the business plan viable? Hear what to consider from a real-life success story.

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Professtional Development Session I

Topic: Recruiting, Hiring and Managing Employees
Presenter:
 Erika Hubbard, Robert Half Management Resources
*CPE Details

For any company or department to be successful, it must have a highly skilled team - and finding and keeping these employees can be challenging. This presentation offers advice on maximizing your recruitment process, tips on evaluating applicants and finalizing your hiring decision and useful techniques for motivating and managing your employees.

PD I Sponsored by  



Professional Development Session II

Topic: Blockchain 101 and What Financial Executives Need To Kmow About This Revolution 
Presenter:
 John Carpenter, Co-Founder, Global Blockchain Summit
*CPE Details

What is Blockchain.  It is a fraud tolerant distributed ledger technology (DLT) that emerged out of the creation of Bitcoin, and has become a technology that is impacting all industries in a way that’s similar to how the Internet changed how things are done.  There are many industries that are affected, finance (fin-tech), healthcare, legal (smart contracts), supply chain, and the Internet of Things (IoT).  New concepts are also emerging that are very relevant to the financial industry, including Initial Coin Offerings, (ICOs), use of Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies, and even how Wall Street is embracing cryptocurrency in offering a futures market for Bitcoin.

PD II Sponsored by  

 

Important Registration Information

Normal registration closes at Tuesday 5:00pm of the week of the meeting.  Timely registration ensures you a seat at dinner and each PD session and related handouts, based on the sessions that you register for. 

An FEI Colorado member or Strategic Partner, and their qualified guests, who are registered on our website should see the appropriate coupon code filled in automatically during online registration to waive the $65 dinner fee.  If any problems, please email info@FEIColorado.org.

Any registrations after that Tuesday 5:00pm deadline will be managed as late registrations. Acceptance of these late registrations is at the discretion of FEI Colorado and may be limited based on the space available.  After that deadline, please e-mail info@FEIColorado.org as soon as you are able to advise us which sessions and/or dinner you plan to attend.  Please also arrive at least 30 minutes before the first such session, as most of the registration process will be performed onsite. 

Refund/Cancellation Policy: No refunds for paid registrations after the 5:00pm Tuesday deadline.  FEI Colorado appreciates your sending an email to info@FEIColorado.org as soon as you are aware that you must cancel, for handouts and available seating calculations.

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Tickets

$65.00 Non-Qualified Guests

$0.00 Qualified Guests

$0.00 Member Ticket

$0.00 Strategic Partner Ticket

$0.00 Guest PD Only