The FENG Charlotte, NC Chapter

Next Meeting

When:

06/18/2019 – 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (Reserve a spot at this event)

Where:

Charlotte Plaza |
201 S. College Street,
Suite 2260 |
Charlotte, NC

Agenda:

TOPIC:
Financial Executives International’s Charlotte Chapter invites you to attend …
The New Labor Model for Finance:
How Leading CFOs Are Sourcing Talent in the Digital Age

Agenda/Speaker:

Financial Executives International
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm • Professional Development Session
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm • Networking Reception
• 1 CPE credit available •
Charlotte Plaza | 201 S. College Street, Suite 2260 | Charlotte, NC
• Networking and Educational Event | All Finance Professionals Welcome •

Future accounting and finance functions will be significantly different from the past, as will the staffing needs and demands they face. In response, the labor model will include multiple sources for skills and experience. How will these trends and factors such as robotics, automation and the human cloud impact management’s ability to create and maintain a competitive, agile workforce? How will they impact business models and labor pools? How might they impact your company? This presentation will cover these questions and examine the labor model companies are adopting, evolving skill sets, and how to hire for and develop them.
Register: https://www.financialexecutives.org/Network/Chapters/Charlotte/Events/The-New-Labor-Model-for-Finance-How-Leading-CFOs.aspx
And
Through FENG website

FEI would like attendees to register on their website but FENG members can also RSVP via The FENG website.
https://www.financialexecutives.org/Network/Chapters/Charlotte/Events/Charlotte-Spring-Chapter-Event.aspx

RSVP Acceptance is required as we have limited seating. Please RSVP acceptance through The FENG website (www.thefeng.org) or through the FEI link above. Please call Tom Maupin at 704-756-6609 or email: tmaupin@vaco.com should you have trouble going through the website.

Monthly chapter meetings are usually on the second Monday of the month, are casual and generally last around 2 hours providing members time for 1:1 networking or small group gatherings for dinner or cocktails afterwards.

We would like to spend the first 30 to 60 minutes doing our rounds of introductions and network leads and then adjourn to a mutually agreed upon location for adult beverages and conversation.

Please mark your calendars and plan to attend!

The regular meeting agenda will include:

1. Introductions for first time attendees and exchange of resumes (bring 15 copies of your resume to share, or a brief objective and biographical summary). Bring name tent.
2. Sharing your 60-second announcement (optional).
3. Share individual search and success stories.
4. Share leads - Please make an effort to identify potential leads or contacts to share.
5. Bring your membership list.
6. Please try to be on time though we understand traffic can be a challenge.

Directions

GPS address. There are many parking decks around the Charlotte Plaza building.


About the Charlotte, NC Chapter

The chapter in Charlotte has over 1,100 professionals with more than half on the Alumni list (meaning -- employed or they have landed and are with a new employer).

Monthly chapter meetings are usually on the second Monday of the month, are casual and generally last two hours providing members time for 1:1 networking or small group gatherings for dinner or cocktails afterwards, following our featured speaker’s presentation

We would like to spend the final 30 minutes doing our rounds of introductions and network leads and then adjourn to a mutually agreed upon location for adult beverages and conversation.

The regular meeting agenda will include:

1. Introductions for first time attendees and exchange of resumes (New attendees should bring 15 copies of your resume to share, or a brief objective and biographical summary). Bring name tent.
2. Featured Speaker (Topic) for the Evening. Will generally have 75 – 90 minutes of time.
3 Networking within Group: Sharing your 60-second announcement (optional).
4. Share individual search and success stories.
5.. Share leads - Please make an effort to identify potential leads or contacts to share.

6. Please try to be on time though we understand traffic can be a challenge.


Please mark your calendars and plan to attend! We look forward to seeing you all on the 2nd Monday evening of every month!

Chapter Leadership

Tom Maupin
tommaupin@windstream.net
(704) 756-6609
Tom is currently a Partner of VACO Charlotte, LLC., a finance, accounting and technology consulting/talent acquisition company. Tom started his career in banking in Dallas, Texas followed by a 10-year career in International Banking as manager of offices in Tokyo and Singapore. Tom is a seasoned financial executive with expertise in business development and relationship and profit center management, who has been able to successfully transition from international and corporate banking to corporate and personal trust senior management positions with Chase, First Union and First Charter Bank prior to recently changing careers to executive recruiting for finance & accounting projects. Tom has been married to his wife Judy since 1970. They have three sons, Michael, Brian and Jay. When Tom is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family. In addition, he enjoys cooking, fishing, gardening, travel, and staying active.

Tom was born in California, but grew up in Texas, and graduated from Rice University with a business degree in Commerce. After beginning his career in Texas with a major Dallas-based bank, he later was assigned to Tokyo, Singapore, back to Dallas, went to New York with Chemical Bank's Global Corporate Trust Group and came to Charlotte with First Union in 1999.

Tom was a Vice President and Director of the Securities Transfer Association in New York for 6 years. He has been a member of The Corporate Transfer Association, The American Society of Corporate Secretaries and the National Investor Relations Institute.

Since 1999, Tom has been the Chairman of the local chapter of The Financial Executive Networking Group, a 45,000 + national member networking organization and is a founder and member of the Davidson United Methodist Church Network Group, a non-denominational job search networking group.
Ken Carlson
ken.carlson917@gmail.com
(704) 655-0352
John Brader
john_brader@hotmail.com
(704) 957-1256
Phil Geissinger
Phil.Geissinger@ThriveMoreNow.us
(603) 781-5936

For Meeting Information, Please Contact:
Tom Maupin
tommaupin@windstream.net
(704) 756-6609

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