Please join us your local CFMA Chapter for a presentation and Q&A discussion on construction fraud trends and B2B payment market trends, presented by Commerce Bank. This meeting will discuss new and alarming fraud trends attacking the cash flow cycle of construction projects and provide an update on the federal reserve payments modernization effort and collaboration with the industry and regional banks to meet end user demands for B2B electronic payments.
Keturah Green- Vice President, Treasury Management Officer
Keturah is a Treasury Management Officer for Commerce Bank serving the Kansas City metropolitan area. She brings a wide range of experience in commercial banking, corporate treasury and consulting to this role where she works with corporations providing payment and collection solutions. Keturah has a strong corporate treasury background working for both Dillard’s Inc., and Western Digital. In these roles Keturah had direct communication with banks for all treasury products and services in addition to managing the development and implementation of new products and processes. Keturah also has consulting experience working with banks to communicate, train and support their commercial clients during crucial system conversions. Keturah received her BS in Accounting and Business Administration from William Jewell College.
Nick Hadley- Vice President, AEC Division
Nick serves as Vice President of Commercial Banking with 16 years of experience working primarily with middle-market companies. Nick has a specialty in working with Commercial Construction clientele which include General Contractors, Specialty Contractors, Architects and Engineers. Nick holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Central Methodist University and a post graduate degree from the Graduate School of Banking at University of Wisconsin- Madison.
Date: Wednesday, September 18th, 2019
Place: Grand Street Cafe, 4740 Grand Avenue, Kansas City, Missouri, 64112
Time: 7:30am - 9:00am (7:30am – coffee, 7:45am – breakfast, 8:00 – presentation)
Cost: $30 for members / $35 for non-members
RSVP: Please register online at http://cafe.cfma.org/KansasCity/RecentCommunityEventsDashboard
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