- Increasing Your Company’s Value
- Why Companies Fail
- Building Your Backlog
- 7th Annual Wine Tasting, Networking & Awards Event
- Benefits, Risks and Emerging Law on the use of Drones/UAVs in Construction
- The Next Generation
- Mechanic’s Lien
- 2015 Construction Accounting Seminar
- Financial Keys
- Optimizing the Flow of Receivables
- 2015 Economic Outlook
- 4TH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST
- CFO Roundtable
- Building Green June 17th
- Technology in the Construction Field
- WMDVBE – Business Diversity
- 2014 Beer Festival
- Top Talent: Find Grow and Keep
- Future of San Jose Growth
- 6th Annual Wine Tasting, Networking & Awards Event
- Lien Law
- Show Me the Money!
- Optimizing Equipment and Fleet Management-
- Past, Present and Future
- Project Labor Agreements
The Silicon Valley Chapter presents:
Show Me the Money!
Managing Cash Flow During Growth Periods
March 19, 2014
Sandra Waechter – Waechter LLC
Jim Burke – Burke Capital Corporation
Mike Ong – Burke Capital Corporation
Sandra Waechter is a CFO consultant whose practice focuses on projects that the existing executive finance staff does not have the bandwidth to manage. She is the former CFO of DPR Construction and holds a Master of Business Administration from Harvard and a Bachelor of Commerce from University of Toronto. Ms. Waechter is also a CPA.
Jim Burke is the founder of Burke Capital Corporation. He provides strategic leadership to middle market businesses, including many builders and contractors. Jim’s primary focus is on cash. He helps owners learn how to get it; how to measure it; and how to keep it. He holds a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia and has served as CEO and board member for numerous public and private companies.
Mike Ong is the Managing Director of Burke Capital Corporation. Mr. Ong has a unique background of middle market business leadership combined with decades of senior credit officer experience for well-known commercial banks, including roles as Chief Credit Officer of Comerica-California and Heritage Bank. Mike holds a BA in accounting from California State University and an MBA from University of Southern California.
Questions answered will include:
How can I plan for growth?
How much money will I need for my upcoming jobs?
Why am I not getting paid?
Is there a tool that I can use to forecast my cash needs?
How do I source capital to finance growth?
WHEN: March 19th from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m.
WHERE: Holiday Inn 1350 N. First St., San Jose (408) 453-6200
COST: CFMA Members: $45 Non-Members: $65
Bring your questions! There will be plenty of time for Q & A
Part of the CFMA-Silicon Valley 2013 Program Series brought to you by: