First Business

Panel Discussion on Fraud

Have you been the victim of financial fraud? Do you know someone who has? Chances are that you can answer at least one of these questions with a "yes." If so, we invite you to attend the First Business Bank panel discussion on fraud to listen to what the pros have to say. Our panelists will offer perspectives on internal, external, on-line, and paper fraud and ways you may be able to protect both your company and yourself. We will have a Q&A section so you can ask about concerns you may have. Panelists include:

Mike Hablewitz, CPA is a senior manager in Wegner CPAs’ Assurance Department. Since joining the firm in January 1999, he has worked on the audit staff with a focus on not-for-profit organizations and compliance.  Mike has experience working with a variety of not-for-profit organizations, including health and human services, religious organizations, trade associations, and labor unions, among others. He annually attends continuing professional education seminars on accounting, compliance and tax issues related to tax-exempt organizations.   

Nancy Schmidt, CMA is Executive Vice President Corporate Services, Information Services Director, Business Process and Reporting Manager at Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation (WECC). She oversees accounting, IT, business processes and reporting, HR, and administrative services departments. Nancy specializes in data quality control, business intelligence, and reporting. She is a leader with a diverse background in financial and managerial accounting, benefit administration, ERP system implementations, and operations. Nancy has more than 30 years business experience in service industries, including insurance and technology. 

Todd Streicher is President & CEO of 5NINES, a Cloud service and solutions provider with headquarters in Madison WI. With more than 25 years of experience in the information technology sector, he has worked with businesses of all sizes including fortune 500 companies. Todd is committed to ensuring that technology meets business needs. He possesses an unrivaled creative vision and a contagious can-do attitude that resonates throughout the 5NINES staff.   

Beth Korth manages the Treasury Management function for the banks owned by First Business Financial Services. She also manages the Madison treasury management sales officers, client support, and Madison bank client service areas. Prior to joining First Business Bank, Beth worked for six years as Chief Operating Officer at Holt Smith Advisors in Madison. She also worked for Associated Bank in Madison for almost 15 years. Her responsibilities during that time included business development and commercial loan portfolio management, as well as managing both the business banking loan officers and the treasury management sales and service staff.  

Moderated by: Mark Meloy, President and CEO at First Business Bank  

Details

Seminar
Panel Discussion on Fraud
Date
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Location
Monona Terrace
One John Nolen Drive
Madison, WI
Cost
This event is sponsored by First Business Bank and offered at no cost to our clients and invited guests. Seating is limited with preference provided to First Business clients.
Parking
Parking provided by First Business
Registration Deadline
March 6, 2013
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