MGFOA Advanced Cash Management and Investments
May 2, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Registration coming soon!
Okemos Conference Center
2187 University Park Dr.
Okemos, MI 48864
The Michigan Government Finance Officers Association is proud to offer an advanced session addressing the unique rules and challenges local governments face in managing their cash. You will leave with an understanding of what to expect from your banking relationship, good forecasting techniques, proper cash control procedures, reporting requirements, sample investment policies and an understanding of bond investing.
|On or Before April 18, 2018||After April 18, 2018|
If you would like printed materials, there will be an addtioinal $20 charge. Printed materials are optional. All materials will be made electronically as well.
Registration begins at 8:00AM. The program starts at 9:00AM and ends at approximately 3:30PM. Lunch will be served midday.
9-10 am / Preventing fraud through effective internal controls, presented by Christine Luneack (Plante Moran)
10-10:45 am / Managing and forecasting your cash flows, presented by John Globensky (City of Grand Rapids)
10:45-11 am / Networking Break
11 am - Noon / 6 Strategies to imrpove your A/R and A/P processes, presented by Dan McCarty (PNC Bank) and Andrea Uhlian (Comerica Bank)
12-12:45 pm / "Lunch" your network!
1-1:45 pm / Economic Update, presented by Greg Prost (Robinson Capital)
1:45-2:45 pm / Investing in a rising interest rate environment, presented by Michael Barry (PFM)
2:45-3:30 pm / Investments: Let's all agree on what's fair - Applicability of GASB 72, presented by Josh Yde (Plante Moran)
Christine Luneack (Plante Moran)
John Globensky (City of Grand Rapids)
Dan McCarty (PNC Bank)
Andrea Uhlian (Comerica Bank)
Greg Prost (Robinson Capital)
Michael Barry (PFM)
Josh Yde (Plante Moran)
Each seminar qualifies for 8 CPE or 0.8 CEU credits.
COST PER PERSON:
Registration fee includes instructions, printed materials, refreshments and lunch. Registration is limited, so please register to reserve your spot.
Class size is sometimes limited. Pre-registration is required so we can notify registrants if unforeseen circumstances require us to cancel or reschedule a course. Please register early. Confirmations of registrations are sent via email. Registering online will make this process easier. You may also check the status of your registration by clicking on “View Registrations” at www.MiGFOA.org. Reservations made by mail, fax, or online, unless cancelled, will be considered a commitment to attend. No shows will be billed, since meeting and meal arrangements have to be made for all registrants.
Refunds will be made ONLY if MGFOA is notified by April 18, 2018. If you have registered and find that you cannot attend, you may transfer your registration to another person. Rates may vary based on membership status. Please notify MGFOA of this occurrence.
If you have a disability and need special accommodations or require a special diet, please notify MGFOA by checking the box on the registration form. We cannot accommodate such requests on the day of the program. Because we are not always able to control room temperatures, please wear layers of clothing for your comfort.