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The only source of knowledge is experience - Albert Einstein

Ergo you must experience the 2017 RMAFP Summit (Thursday, May 18, 2017) to gain important knowledge for your professional development. We’ve asked our presenters in each Session Track to give you a little insight on their sessions to guide you on your personal knowledge journey:

 

Track A, Global Treasury

 

Session: Implementing an Inter-company Netting System, 9 a.m.

Speaker(s): Doug Thompson, Director, Treasury | IHS Markit

Heather Alger, Managing Director | PNC Bank

Why should we attend your session over another option?

Join us to learn why inter-company balances are important and what creates them.  It may make sense for your company to pursue an inter-company netting solution.  Let us show you how you can reduce time and effort spent on your inter-company balance management.  It’s a win-win for all!

 

Session: How To Become A Strategic Financial Leader (CFO or VP of Finance), 11 a.m.

Speaker: Alysha Cooke, VP of Finance | P2Binvestor

What can you share, that's not in the session description, that attendees might want to know about your session?

We plan to outline tangible, accessible tools you can use to see immediate changes in your strategic involvement in your organization. Actual steps to take in order to to elevate yourself to a higher role within your organization.

All the sessions look awesome! But, one thing that will stand out about our presentation is the holistic view of your role opposed on only one aspect of it.

 

Session: Managing Global Treasury Technology: A Case Study on Prologis’ In-House Banking, 2 p.m.

Speaker(s): Ashley Bolton, Director, Enterprise Solutions | Prologis

Carola DeRosa, Director, Project Management | Prologis

Jason McCabe, CTP, Principal Consultant | Elire

Why should we attend your session over another option?               

Come to our session if you are an International organization with complex tax, legal, statutory requirements, and operations thinking of implementing an In-House bank or just want to learn more about it. We will be walking through how this project helped to streamline processes, reduce costs, increase efficiencies, and gain more visibility to cash flows.


And there you have Track A, Global Treasury - stay tuned for information on Track B, Investments; Track C, Payments and Track D, Risk Management. If you haven’t already, sign up now to attend the May 18, 2017 RMAFP Summit at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Pinnacle Club in Denver. See you there! 

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April Luncheon & Membership Meeting w/Board Elections- Maggianos Restaurant Downtown- Wednesday, April 12th 11:45 am-1:30 pm

“A Presentation on the most talked about new industry in Colorado….Cannabis ”  

Join us to hear  an update on different perspectives facing Colorado’s  Cannabis Industry. Learn about financing, day to day banking, insurance, risk and other financial challenges that they face.

Presenter(s) Bio:

Ean Seeb, Founding Partner, Denver Relief

Ean Seeb was co-owner and manager of Denver Relief, one of Colorado’s most successful medical cannabis operations. Widely regarded for his expertise in corporate philanthropy, strategic business management and regulatory compliance, Ean is a highly respected thought leader aiding the development of a robust national cannabis industry. As a founding partner of Denver Relief Consulting and seasoned cannabis dispensary operator, Ean has significant experience navigating complex legislation and regulatory demands unique to legal cannabis operations.

He was a two-time chair of the National Cannabis Industry Association and continues to hold leadership positions with charitable organizations focused on a range of social causes, from civil rights to sustainable volunteer farming. Ean has been actively involved with nonprofit groups for more than two decades. His years of humanitarian experience lead Ean to conceptualize and develop a cannabis-centric service organization called the Denver Relief GREEN TEAM in 2009.

Ean’s vision for the GREEN TEAM has grown with the range of different services offered by the organization, which now brings volunteer efforts to communities in a number of legal cannabis states.

Erica Freeman, Co-Owner, Choice Organics

Erica Freeman is co-owner of Choice Organics and a columnist covering cannabis and its effects on the community for The Coloradoan, a Fort Collins publication which is part of the USA Today network. She is an advocate for the use of medical cannabis to treat illnesses and as an alternative to pharmaceutical drugs.  Erica uses a scientific approach to make her arguments on the benefits of the cannabis plant.  She also is an active advocate for the industry and involved in Colorado’s regulatory and legislative process related to cannabis.   

In 2011, Erica and her husband, Brian, were the proud recipients of the first state issued license for a cannabis business in the U.S. In 2014, Choice Organics was the first recreational cannabis shop to open in Larimer Country.

Contact her at efree@choiceorganicsinc.com.

Amanda Woods, Compliance Manager, Choice Organics

Amanda has been the compliance officer for Choice Organics since 2014. Amanda began her career in the marijuana industry in 2009 working with medical patients managing medical clinics across the front-range. She moved into recreational sales management in 2013 after graduating from CU Boulder. Since then she has managed dispensaries in the ever-changing Colorado market focusing on compliant operations and best business practices.

 

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