|1:00-1:30||Registration - Networking|
With big changes in Washington, now is a good time to reflect on how well Dodd-Frank is working. Join us in Burlington on January 18 and hear industry expert, Tony Carfang.
|Approved for up to 1.8 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
|Approved for up to 1.8 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
Members: no charge
about the speaker
Managing Director, Treasury Strategies, A Division of Novantas, Inc.
Mr. Carfang sets the groups’ strategic direction and manages senior client relationships, working with corporate clients to design treasury and banking solutions for today’s challenging liquidity and risk environment. He also works with financial institution clients to reposition themselves under regulatory and economic instability and has focused on payment systems and banking evolution since founding Treasury Strategies in 1982.
Mr. Carfang is considered a regulatory impact expert, and testified to the U.S. Congress several times regarding the Volcker Rule, Dodd-Frank and “too big to fail.” He has been featured on the Fox Business Channel, Bloomberg News, CNBC’s Kudlow Report and The Wall Street Journal, among other media outlets.
Mr. Carfang received an MBA from Northwestern University, and a BS from Duquesne University. His career in treasury management includes experience as a Vice President in the cash management-consulting group of the First National Bank of Chicago. Tony is Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors at Duquesne University. He also founded the Alpha Phi Delta Foundation, which administers philanthropic activities. He is an avid chess player and coach, and a specialist in Italian genealogy.