About FEI Las Vegas Chapter

The Las Vegas Chapter of FEI includes the senior financial executives from key organizations in Southern Nevada and beyond. The chapter holds monthly meetings by high-level speakers of interest to finance executives and the Nevada business community. In addition to lobbying, technical, and other resources offered by FEI National, the chapter offers its members professional educational opportunities, career resources, and peer-to-peer networking among senior finance executives of the leading Nevada organizations.

Link to chapter events: https://www.financialexecutives.org/Network/Chapters/Las-Vegas/Events.aspx

Membership

Membership to FEI is open to those executives who perform some or all of the duties of a financial executive, as defined by FEI and who serve companies of sufficient size to meet FEI’s qualifications. Applicants for Executive membership must meet the specified requirements and must hold an FEI qualifying title. In addition to an executive membership, FEI also offers different categories of membership including in-transition, academic and government/military.

Typically Qualifying Titles

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Accounting Officer, Controller, Treasurer, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Planning and Analysis, Vice President of Taxes, Vice President of Pension Fund Investments, Vice President of Risk Management, Director of Finance, Taxes, Treasury, Accounting, and Audit Committee member*

Senior Manager or Manager: Accounting, Auditing (General/Internal), Borrowing & Investments, Budget, Cash, Collections, Compliance, Country, Credit, Finance, Corporate Finance, International Finance Project Finance, Trade Finance, Financial Analysis, Financial Planning & Analysis, Financial Reporting, Foreign Exchange, Investor Relations, Planning, Pension & Investment, Risk, Tax, Treasury

* excludes professionals currently employed by audit firms, consulting firms and service providers

Qualifying Company Criteria

$2 million in net worth, or
$6 million in capital (combined net worth and long-term debt), or
$10 million or more in annual revenues.
$8 million in operating expenses
$200 million in total assets (Financial institutions)
$40 million total assets (Government corporations/authorities).