The FENG Westport, CT Chapter
06/13/2020 – 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (Reserve a spot at this event)
Temple Israel in Westport, CT. We meet in the Temple’s Board Room, on the first floor. The entrance is through the Temple’s administrative offices on the left hand side of the main entrance. Alumni members are always welcome!
Please try to be on time. I never punish those who show up on time by starting late. And, you honestly do miss something when you arrive late.
The directions to Temple Israel are very easy. Take the Merritt Parkway to Exit 42.
FROM NEW YORK: At the bottom of the ramp, turn right onto Route 57 North (Weston Road). At the 2nd stop light, turn right onto Lyons Plains Road.
FROM NEW HAVEN: At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto Route 57 North (Weston Road). At the 1st stop light, turn right onto Lyons Plains Road.
There is a fork in the road just prior to the Temple. Lyons Plains Road branches off to the left, Coleytown Road to the right. Stay to the right on Coleytown. Temple Israel will be on your right at 14 Coleytown Road. Do not park in front of the building. A large parking lot is located at the end of the driveway past the main entrance. The number at the Temple is 203-227-1293.
About the Westport, CT Chapter
The Westport, Connecticut Chapter of The FENG was founded in 1991 and was our networking group's first chapter. Matt Bud and Bruce Lynn serve as Co-Chairs.
We meet in Westport at Temple Israel. Please join us!
- Matt Bud
- In addition to being Chairman of The FENG, my other full time job is Managing Partner of The Financial Executives Consulting Group, LLC. The "all senior professionals, all the time" approach we use to solve client issues is unique. I primarily handle business development for the firm. Please visit our website at: www.TheFECG.com to learn more about what we do.
32 Gray's Farm Road
Weston, CT 06883
(203) 227-8965 Office Phone
(203) 820-4667 Cell
(203) 227-8984 Fax
- Paul Stuhlman
- Bruce Lynn
- Bruce has acquired over 20 years of corporate and banking experience in all aspects of treasury and financial management by successfully tackling major assignments in such areas as treasury operations, cash management, working capital management, strategic planning, credit, systems enhancements as well assignments involving the planning and analysis of operating and capital budgets.
In his current role as a Managing Partner for The Financial Executives Consulting Group and as a former VP, relationship manager at Bankers Trust and Director of Cash Management and Working Capital at Ogden Corporation he has advised many Fortune 500 companies on methods to enhance treasury performance.
He has an Industrial Engineering degree from Lehigh University, a MBA in Finance from the Stern School of Business and is certified as a Corporate Treasury Professional (CTP) by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP).
Bruce has been a contributor to the AFP’s Exchange and has made numerous presentations to the AFP and its regional associations as well as presentations to other professional associations such as the National Association of Corporate Treasurers (NACT) and the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
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