UTD, Others Offer Corporate Leaders Tips On “Succeeding with Financing in a Time of Economic Uncertainty” At 2/29 Program

Corporate Directors, Executives and Financial Officers may want to check out the program on “Succeeding with financing in a time of economic uncertainty” that The Center for Finance Strategy Innovation (CFSI) and The Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance (IECG)   Of The University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management  plan to present on  Wednesday, February 29, 2012 11:30am – 1:30pm in the Executive Education Dining Room (JSOM 1.606), Naveen Jindal School of Management.  

Organizers say this February 29th program, jointly sponsored by The Center for Finance Strategy Innovation (CFSI) and The Institute for Excellence in Corporate Governance (IECG,) will feature a full panel session on financing solutions and related issues including: 

  • Given the continuing uncertainty in the economic environment, should financing plans be changed?
  • Should a company be opportunistic and look to short term actions or should it adopt a long-term plan? 
  • What have been recent trends and changes in financing patterns that are significant?
  • Are there signs of recent improvement?
  • Are there new sources of capital?
  • What sources are proving to be difficult to use?
  • Is private equity capital attractive?  

Recommendations and experiences from both corporate and capital sources will be contrasted. The program includes lunch.  

The panelists will include three senior corporate executives:   

  • Rick P.Rick Pelini, Vice President and Treasurer of Lennox International;
  • Henry “Hank” S.Henry Schopfer who has served as CFO of four public mid-sized companies where share value increased by 300% to over $1 billion;
  • Mahesh ShettyMahesh Shetty, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Encore Enterprises.

 The panel will also include two experienced senior bankers: 

  • David Whiting, Senior Vice President and head of Comerica Bank’s Technology and Life Services Division; and
  • Suzanne L.Suzanne Lovett, Senior Vice President of Wells Fargo Capital Finance.

For more details or to register, see here.

If your business needs help planning for, managing or defending business change or the legal or operational risks associated with these activities or business management, human resources, corporate ethics, and compliance practices, or other related challenges or opportunities, please contact the author of this  article Cynthia Marcotte Stamer.

Ms. Stamer is experienced with assisting businesses and other organizations, their leaders, bankruptcy creditors and trustees, investors, purchasers and others about change and other business management concerns.  Her experience includes extensive work assisting businesses and their leaders with business and operations planning, performance, change and risk management, human resources and other related concerns arising in connection with ongoing or distressed businesses operations, mergers and acquisitions, bankruptcy and restructuring transactions, significant business events and other corporate or business management related events, and their associated risk and compliance, workforce, benefits and compensation and other operational challenges and opportunities.

Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and Immediate Past Chair of the American Bar Association RPTE Employee Benefits & Other Compensation Group and a Joint Committee on Employee Benefit Council Member, Ms. Stamer has advised and represented business clients on these and other key business and performance management matters for more than 24 years. Her experience includes significant experience representing and advising clients about the planning, implementation, risk management and defense of reductions in force and other labor and employment, employee benefits, compensation, insurance, compliance and other concerns affecting transactions involving bankrupt or distressed corporations. Ms. Stamer also speaks and writes extensively on these and other related matters including A Proactive Approach To Hr And Benefits Planning For Mergers, Acquisitions, Downsizing, Reengineering And Other Organizational Changes.” Persons interested in a copy of either of these publications may contact Ms. Stamer. For more information about Ms. Stamer and her experience see www.CynthiaStamer.com.

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About Cynthia Marcotte Stamer

Management attorney and operations consultant Cynthia Marcotte Stamer uses a client objective oriented approach to help businesses, governments, associations and their leaders manage people, performance, risk, legislative and regulatory affairs, data, and other essential elements of their operations.
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