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Financial Executives International Silicon Valley

Financial Executives International, Silicon Valley Chapter (FEISV) is the leading organization in Silicon Valley where finance professionals build lasting relationships, develop their professional and personal skills, and advocate for one another and for the profession.

Upcoming Events

Sep 29

Member Mixer with Rombauer Vineyards

Wednesday, September 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners

The first member mixer in April that was kicked-off with wine tasting was a huge success. If the formula works…then let’s do it again! Did you know that Koerner Rombauer’s great aunt Irma Rombauer wrote Joy of Cooking? Join us to learn many other fun and informative facts about Rombauer Vineyards. Rombauer Vineyards is a

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Oct 19

Oktoberfest – In-person networking at Steins

Tuesday, October 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

VACCINATED AND EAGER TO GET BACK TO SOCIALIZING? TIRED OF ZOOM ALL DAY? FEI Silicon Valley has the answer – in-person OKTOBERFEST! On Tuesday, October 19th  join your fellow FEISV Members and Partners for drinks, delicious food and networking! Registration closes Tuesday, October 12th at 2pm.                  

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Oct 26

Fireside Chat on “Preparing to be a Public Company”

Tuesday, October 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Rising Stars

Preparing to be a public company Public company readiness checklist Building a scalable infrastructure Transitioning to a public company compensation structure Constructing a public board Speaker: A. Brooke Seawell Venture Partner New Enterprise Associates Brooke joined New Enterprise Associates in 2005 as a Venture Partner, focusing on software, systems and internet investments. He brings 30-plus

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Oct 28

Equal Pay Data Reporting, an Asset for the Strategic Employer

Thursday, October 28 @ 11:45 am - 1:30 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Rising Stars Qualified Guests

California’s recently passed SB973 requires certain employers to collect and report the number of employees by gender, race and ethnicity in specific job categories, and also broken down by pay bands established by the federal government. California employers need to understand the requirements and implications of these reports, as well as other legal obligations that

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