April FEI Monthly Chapter Dinner and PD Meeting

 

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Thursday, April 20th @ 4:00 pm – 8:30 pm 

Denver Athletic Club, 1325 Glenarm Pl, Denver, CO 80204

 

Dinner Session
 

TopicThe Business of Major League Baseball

Michael Kent will provide a vivid illustration of the financial model of a typical major league baseball team, with some comparison to other professional sports. And to illustrate the differences between large market teams and smaller market teams he will provide a comparison between the Colorado Rockies and their division rival San Francisco Giants – demonstrating the advantages held by larger market teams.

 

Presented by: Michael Kent, VP Finance, Colorado Rockies Baseball Club 


One of the original Rockies officers, Michael Kent joined the organization in January 1992, and enters his 26th year with the club. Kent, 59, is in contact with every department in the organization, assisting them with financial planning and budgeting. He is responsible for financial reporting, cash management, club insurance and benefits. Kent came to Colorado after a decade with the Philadelphia Phillies (1982-91) where he served as controller. Prior to joining the Phillies, he worked in the Long Island, N.Y., office of Deloitte Haskins & Sells, providing accounting services to small and growing businesses. He attended Villanova University and graduated with a degree in accounting in 1979. Michael and his wife, Mary, have five children: Jonathan, Laura, Timothy, Bryan and Nicole. The family resides in Highlands Ranch.

 

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Professional Development Session I

Topic: Hot Topics in Accounting, Finance and Audit

Josh Seedig, Director of Risk and Advisory Solutions of Experis, will provide an overview of key topics driving projects/activities in the audit and advisory services arena. Pam Henry, Director of Finance and Accounting of Experis, will provide an overview of key topics driving projects/activities in the accounting and finance arena, including the major new FASB’s.

Presented by: Josh Seedig, Director of Risk and Advisory Solutions of Experis and Pam Henry, Director of Finance and Accounting of Experis


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Professional Development Session II

Topic: Demystifying Application Security 

Threats to business intelligence data and sensitive client information such as patient health data are increasing every day. Also increasing is the technology to partition, monitor, detect, and recover from these incidents. From a financial executive's perspective, this presentation will cover best practices on how organizations should be investing in Application Security to secure their organization, examples of where organizations have made mistakes, and the business impact of addressing these incidents.

 

Presented by: Tyler Bell, Director of Application Security  

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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

 

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFO

 

Late Registration

Please register prior to Tuesday before the meeting at 5:00pm. All registrations after the deadline at Tuesday at 5:00pm will be managed as late registrations. Please arrive early for your intended PD session to complete the registration process. Be sure to check the box for each session you plan to attend.

If you are an FEI Member or Strategic Partner and you need the Coupon Code to register for free, please email info@feicolorado.org to request it.