2019 Spring Conference
- Best Practices for Budgeting
- Internal Control and Internal Auditing
- Investment Policy Best Practices
- The End of LIBOR
- Credit Payment Acceptance and General Banking Services
- Maryland General Assembly Update
- John Fishbein, Senior Program Manager, GFOA of the US and Canada
- Michael Sanderson, Executive Director, Maryland Association of Counties
- Donald W. Grant, Investment Consultant, PFM Asset Management LLC
- Brian Sanker, Director, PFM Asset Management LLC
- Bikram Chadha, Senior Managing Consultant, PFM Asset Management LLC
- Sean Walker, Principal, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
- Dr. David Juppe, Sr Operating Budget Manager, Maryland General Assembly’s Department of Legislative Services
- Kristina Eng, Director, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
April 26, 2019
BWI Marriott * Linthicum, MD
6 CPE Credits Available
Best Practices for Budgeting and Fiscal Policy
John Fishbein, Senior Manager, GFOA of the US and Canada
Over the last couple of decades, the GFOA has developed more than 35 best practices related to budgeting that cover fiscal policy, linking the budget to organizational goals and performance, the budget process and budgetary techniques, and specific elements of the operating budget document. This session focuses on the practical implementation of these best practices.
Internal Control and Internal Auditing
Sean Walker, Principal, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
Investment Policy Best Practices
Donald W. Grant, Investment Consultant, PFM Asset Management LLC
Brian Sanker, Director, PFM Asset Management LLC
Bikram Chadha, Senior Managing Consultant, PFM Asset Management LLC
This session walks through an investment policy statement and discusses what role it plays in the implementation and governance of a successful investment program. Focus will be given to outline key components of a well-structured investment policy statement, avoiding the common pitfalls, and providing an overview of risk management strategies.
The End of LIBOR
Kristina Eng, Director, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
The London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) benchmark is expected to be phased out within three years. This session will discuss why the LIBOR will be discontinued, how this will impact the market and government finance officers, and what benchmark alternatives will take its place.
Credit Payment Acceptance and General Banking Services
Adrienne Terpack, CSB Segment Manager, TD Bank
This session will provide an overview of the most current banking services available to government finance officers. Specific attention will be given to ways local governments can increase the acceptance of credit card payments for constituents.
Maryland General Assembly Update
Michael Sanderson, Executive Director, MACo
Dr. David Juppe, Sr. Operating Budget Manager, Maryland General Assembly’s Department of Legislative Services
This session will provide a recap of the 2019 legislative session of the General Assembly of Maryland and how it will impact government finance officers.
Agenda at a Glance
8:30 am- Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 am- Welcome
9:10 am- Session I
10:00 am- Session II
10:50 am- Break
11:10 am- Session III
12:00 noon- Networking Session
12:30 pm- Conference Luncheon
1:30 pm- Session IV
2:20 pm- Session V
3:10 pm- Break
3:30 pm- Session VI
Exhibiting at the MDGFOA 2019 Spring Conference
MDGFOA Member $175.00
Govt Employed Non-Member $215.00
Assoc. Non-Member $225.00
Retired MDGFOA Member $75.00
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