2017 KTMA Conference

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 AGENDA   |   HOTEL   |   SESSION DESCRIPTIONS   |   SPEAKERS   |   PRESENTATIONS

Join Us May 16, 2017

Located in Louisville, Kentucky the 2017 KTMA Conference will take place on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at the Holiday Inn Louisville East. Topics will include Corporate Treasury Initiatives, Protecting Your Office from Hackers and the Fundamentals of Fraud. 

  • Approved for up to 4.8 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals
  • Approved for up to 7.2 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals
  • Approved for 7 CPE credits

Agenda: 

 7:45 - 8:30 am  Registration & Breakfast
 8:30 - 9:30 am  Corporate Treasury Initiatives - A New Starting Line
 Cathryn R. Gregg, Treasury Strategies
 9:30 - 10:30 am  Merchant Services Place in Treasury Management
 Tyler Cook, Banc Card of America
 Trey Denny, Banc Card of America
 10:30 - 10:45 am  Break
 10:45 - 11:45 am  The Next Step Toward a Paperless Business to Consumer Payment Experience
 Dave Temme, PNC Treasury Solutions
 11:45 am - 12:30 pm  Lunch
 12:30 - 1:30 pm  Protect Your Office from Hackers and Rogue Employees
 Bill Dotson, Rocker Risk LLC
 1:30 - 2:30 pm  The Leadership Pipeline 
 Tom Cox, Oliver Group
 2:30 - 2:45 pm  Break
 2:45 - 3:45 pm  Drug Money Laundering Trends & Tactics, with an emphasis on Kentucky and
 International Organizations and the Impact on the Financial Industry

 Troey Stout, Drug Enforcement Administration
 3:45 - 4:45 pm  Fundamentals of Fraud
 Andrew Dieruf, Enderle Besten Dieruf PLLC

 

Hotel: 

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Holiday Inn Louisville East - Hurstbourne

1325 S. Hurstbourne Parkway | Louisville, KY 40222
502-426-2600

 

Cost:
Conference registration is $275. This includes breakfast, lunch, mid-morning and afternoon snacks.

Continuing Education Credits:

  • Approved for up to 4.8 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals
  • Approved for up to 7.2 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals
  • Approved for 7 CPE credits

Questions? Please email info@ktma.org.

Session Descriptions:

The Next Step Toward a Paperless Business to Consumer Payment Experience
Dave Temme, PNC Treasury Solutions

With the accelerating participation in Peer-to-Peer payment networks, opportunities are now available to address a variety of business-to-consumer transaction sets. Initial solutions are focused on offering a more efficient, secure and lower cost alternative to traditional check payments. For payors, ePayments offer escheatment relief, reduction in stop payment and reissue costs for lost checks, and overcome challenges in obtaining and securing banking information needed to execute traditional electronic payments. For payees, ePayments offer expedited settlement, provide additional payment options and address growing preference for mobile payment solutions. This session will describe the current landscape, explore potential use cases and discuss relevant solution considerations including settlement, reconciliation and the respective user experience.

Protect Your Office from Hackers and Rogue Employees
Bill Dotson, Rocker Risk LLC

Bill will explain technology risks and how to manage them without overdoing it on paranoia and security measures. Bill will cover major tech risks, how to look out for them, and what to do to minimize the downside when you do experience a negative event. You’ll hear stories from other organizations and observe how a business can be held ransom.

  • Learn the key ways your business is at risk
  • Understand what to do when an event occurs
  • Calculate the risk to your business
  • Discover how insurance plays a part in handling your event

Fundamentals of Fraud
Andrew Dieruf, Enderle Besten Dieruf PLLC

Discussion of the basic elements of fraud and discussion on ways to implement the processes, procedures, and controls needed to mitigate such risks related to fraud. This presentation will heavily emphasize real world examples of Fraud. Topics Covered:

  • Real world examples
  • Basic elements of fraud
  • Misappropriation of assets
  • Fraudulent financial reporting
  • Fraud prevention and detection

Speakers:

tyler-cook.jpgTyler Cook

Executive Relationship Manager, Banc Card of America

Tyler Cook is originally from Oldham County and graduated from the University of Kentucky's Gatton School of Business in 2001. In 2003, Tyler started with Banc Card in Atlanta, GA as one of four Relationship Managers covering the state. In 2014 Tyler relocated to Lexington, KY as an Executive Relationship Manager tasked with growing Banc Card's footprint in central and eastern Kentucky. This month Tyler celebrated his 14 year anniversary with Banc Card, and now manages bank relationships and account managers in Indiana, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Tyler Currently lives in Louisville with his wife Cara and their two little boys, Wyatt and Beau.

tom-cox.jpgTom Cox

President, Oliver Group

With more than 30 years of professional experience, including C-level leadership, Tom has a proven track record of driving results. His career spans multiple industries and functional disciplines and is highlighted by his 8 years with General Electric and over 12 years with Marriott International. Prior to joining Oliver Group, Tom was the Chief Operating Officer for CSS Distribution Group, Inc., a national packaging products distributor. Tom also serves as Principal and Executive Vice President for Leadership Pipeline Institute, US, and oversees the operational aspects of LPI US.

Clients benefit from Tom’s demonstrated ability to develop leaders and teams and to cascade plans and accountability through an organization. He facilitates execution plans among management team members through coaching and creating performance-based organizations.  In his career, he has delivered repeated success in achieving and often exceeding business objectives and has been consistently recognized for having developed high-performing teams.  While at Marriott, Tom was nominated for the prestigious J.W. Marriott Award for Excellence for his leadership excellence.

Tom has built a career on entering uncharted waters and clients enjoy his strategic business planning and team development talents.  Through multiple business start-ups, turnarounds and a large-scale acquisition and integration, he has honed his abilities to identify opportunities, construct strategic plans and implement change-management processes to ensure cultural stability coupled with successful implementation.

Tom’s experience crosses many functional areas including Marketing, Sales, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology, Purchasing and Supply-Chain Management. Industries include Hospitality, Financial Services, Real Estate and Manufacturing.  He has been recognized as an inspirational speaker, coach and key contributor to the Marriott CoachManShip leadership development program. Tom has also served as a board member for The Center for Responsible Budgeting. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Kentucky.

trey-denny.jpgTrey Denny

Executive Vice President and National Sales Director, Banc Card of America

Trey Denny is the Executive Vice President and National Sales Director for Banc Card of America, along with being a licensed CPA in the State of Kentucky. Since graduating from Indiana University, Trey has spent the last 15 years consulting with business owners and leading sales teams. Banc Card of America works with over 600 community banks in 24 states, specializing in providing not only exceptional merchant programs, but helps its partners with retention while utilizing merchant services as deposit acquisition tool for the bank. With nearly 100 sales folks servicing each of their partners locally, Trey and his team help banks and bankers achieve and exceed their goals. Trey lives in the Louisville Area with his wife Sherry, and two children Karlyn and Grant.

andrew-dieruf.jpgAndrew Dieruf

Partner, Enderle, Besten, and Dieruf PLLC

Andrew works primarily with businesses and non-profit organizations on their audit, review and compilation needs. Andrew also provides outsourced CFO services, consultations, and litigation support services.

Andrew began his accounting career at PriceWaterhouseCoopers in Cincinnati, OH. Andrew is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Fraud Examiner.

Andrew was named partner of Enderle Besten Dieruf, PLLC in January, 2013, where he also serves as the Director of Audit and Attestation Services. Andrew’s experience covers many industries including: manufacturing, retail, pharmaceuticals, financial services, non-profit and natural resources.

Education and Certifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting with Honors; Transylvania University
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Certified Fraud Examiner

Professional Associations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

bill-dotson.jpgBill Dotson

Partner, Rocker Risk LLC

He started his first tech company at age 22 shortly after returning to the US from a teaching engagement in Japan. It was in Japan and in the first few years of his business that Bill decided he enjoyed teaching and traveling. The University of KY asked him to teach e-commerce around the same time associations and companies asked him to bring their members and employees up to speed on the expectations of modern buyers. He’s been speaking to audiences ever since.

Bill sold the first company after spending a week at MIT in the Entrepreneur Development Program. It was time to move on and into the next company.

Together with a new business partner, he bought one of his client’s businesses, turned the operation around, and sold it in 2015. They started Rocker and focus on technology risk management, consulting, and speaking about using tech to grow & simplify businesses.

Now at his new company, Rocker, Bill spends his time helping individuals and organizations achieve goals using technology and creative business processes. You can stay in touch with Bill on Twitter @bdotson or his personal site: billdotson.com

Speaking Clients:
Merrill Lynch, UBS, Lord Abbett, six different state petroleum marketing associations, Society of Financial Service Professionals, Rotary, SP Richards, Ky Society of Association Executives, FISOA, Asphalt Institute, BP, Georgetown College, University of KY, Nashville Homebuilder’s Association, Fayette Co. Bar Association, Commerce Lexington, KY Association of Master Contractors, KY Society for Technology in Education, Central KY Association for Health Underwriters, Steel Technologies, Ky School Board Administrators.

cathryn-gregg.jpgCathryn R. Gregg, CCM

Managing Director, Treasury Strategies, a division of Novantas, Inc.

Ms. Gregg sets the group’s strategic direction and manages senior client relationships. Her guidance improves strategies and risk management operations for corporate treasury. She is highly involved in advancing treasury technology applications and has focused on payment systems and banking evolution since founding Treasury Strategies in 1982.
Ms. Gregg has been a vocal advocate for client interests in regulatory matters, speaking to the U.S. Senate Banking Committee regarding the Volcker Rule and authoring numerous papers on the financial collapse, money fund regulations and the impact of regulatory change on U.S. liquidity markets. She has been a keynote speaker at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Payments Conference, NACHA, TAWPI, the AFP National Conference, and numerous regional treasury and bank conferences.

Ms. Gregg received her MBA from the University of Chicago following a BA in Economics and Psychology from Kenyon College, where she has served on the Board of Trustees. She is a certified CCM, and has served on the advisory boards of a number of Treasury Strategies’ bank clients. She is also an avid gardener and cook.

Troey Stout

Special Agent, DEA, Detroit Field Division

  • 21 years combined law enforcement experience, past 19 years as a DEA Special Agent, 2 years Kansas City, MO Police Officer (1995- Present)
  • 3 years private sector business experience in small business management, including one year as Operations officer for a restaurant chain (1992-1995)
  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice & Criminology from Ball State University (1995)

dave-temme.jpgDave Temme

Senior Vice President, Treasury Solutions Group Manager

Dave Temme joined PNC in 1992 after spending several years addressing a variety of cash management and other treasury-related issues at Unisys Corporation. Prior to joining Unisys, Dave spent several years serving a diverse client base as part of the audit staff at Coopers & Lybrand. His background provides an effective blend of insights from a corporate practitioner perspective with a solid understanding of the accounting implications of our client's treasury activities. For the past twenty five years, Dave has represented PNC's Treasury Solutions Group. This unit assists clients and prospects in addressing core Corporate Treasury functions/activities and working capital utilization - covering billing, collection, credit, procurement and trade payment processes. Dave graduated from Drexel University in 1984 with a BA in Accounting. He subsequently received his MBA from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business in 1989. He is based in Philadelphia, PA.