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Professional Development

What Your Bank Should Be Doing For You

Date: Tuesday, Mar 27, 2018
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Where: Biltmore Hotel & Suites Silicon Valley, 2151 Laurelwood Rd., Santa Clara, CA 95054
Registration closes on: Monday, Mar 26, 2018 3:00 PM

What Your Bank Should Be Doing For You



Is your bank fully delivering for you as a trusted advisor and partner? We are delighted to have JPMorgan Chase present “What Your Bank Should Be Doing For You” featuring Joe Winters, Managing Director of J.P. Morgan Investment Banking discussing capital markets and the M&A Outlook and Robert Garrett, Executive Director J.P. Morgan Treasury Sales on driving a working capital efficient and technologically savvy treasury function.



JPMorgan Chase Host:

Adam Prescott, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Chase Commercial Banking




Joseph P. Winters
J.P. Morgan; Managing Director

Joe joined J.P. Morgan in September 2016 as a Managing Director in the firm’s Regional Investment Banking Group, responsible for the Western Region. Joe started his career with Morgan Stanley in 1998 after graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a BBA in Finance and Business Economics. He worked as an analyst for three years in the Firm’s Global Power and Utility Group and Global Capital Markets Group. From 2001 to 2003 he attended Stanford Business School where he earned his Masters in Business Administration. He returned to Morgan Stanley in 2003 and worked in the Firm’s Western Region Investment Banking Group in San Francisco where he was responsible for managing relationships with companies in a range of sectors including general industrials, consumer and retail. Most recently, Joe was a Partner at DBO Partners, a boutique investment bank

Joe currently resides in San Mateo, California with his wife Megan and three children

Selected Transaction Experience:
• Exclusive advisor to Hood River Distillers on the $205MM sale of Pendleton Whiskey to Jose Cuervo 
• Advisor to URS Corporation on its $6Bn sale to AECOM and advisor with respect to the13D filing from Jana Partners 
• Advisor to Stantec on its $795MM acquisition of MWH Global 
• Advisor to URS on its $1.5Bn acquisition of Flint Energy; Joint Bookrunner on committed financing and $1.0Bn notes 
• Exclusive Advisor to URS on its $2.6Bn acquisition of Washington Group; Joint Bookrunner on $2.1Bn term loan financing 
• Advisor to Molson Coors on its $3.5Bn acquisition of Starbev; Joint Bookrunner on $1.9Bn committed financing and notes 
• Exclusive Advisor to Joh A. Benkiser on its $1.0Bn acquisition of Peet’s Coffee & Tea 
• Exclusive Advisor to Lineage Power Holdings on its $520MM sale to General Electric 
• Exclusive Advisor to Lennox on its $138MM acquisition of Kysor/Warren 
• Exclusive Advisor to CD&R on its acquisition of 42.5% of Univar 
• Co-Advisor to Molson Coors on its joint venture of U.S. operations with SABMiller 
• Exclusive Advisor to Century Theatres on its $1Bn sale to Cinemark; Sole Bookrunner on $435MM recap prior to sale 
• Exclusive Advisor to PowerLight on its $330MM sale to SunPower 
• Exclusive Advisor to AGL Resources on its $500MM acquisition of Virginia Natural Gas 
• Exclusive Advisor to Connecticut Energy on its $607MM sale to Energy East 
• Exclusive Advisor to Cogen Technologies on its $1.45Bn sale of three power plants to Enron 
• ESCO Corporation’s Initial Public Offering (filed May 2011; withdrawn in 2013; Joint Bookrunner) 
• Dolby Laboratories’ $570MM Initial Public Offering (Lead Left Bookrunner) 
• Waste Connections’ $370MM secondary equity offering (Sole Bookrunner) 
• Weyerhaeuser’s $980MM secondary equity offering (Joint Bookrunner) 
• Headwaters’ high yield notes, secondary equity and convertible notes offerings (Joint Bookrunner)


Robert Garrett

Robert is the Executive Director – Treasury Sales Group Manager responsible for leading the Middle Market Treasury Sales teams for the Western states and specialized industries, nationally. Robert has been in this role since October 2014 and focuses on Treasury Sales’ partnership within the Commercial Bank to develop and enhance client relationships. Chase's Treasury Services delivers cash management, liquidity, commercial card and merchant services that resolve the working capital and efficiency challenges faced by financial professionals today.

Prior to his current role, Robert led the California Treasury sales team. He joined Chase in 2009 as a Treasury Relationship Sales Officer in the Los Angeles market and also served on the board of the Southern California Association for Financial Professionals.

Robert has 20 years of banking experience with retail, small business, middle market, large corporate, and Federal government clients. He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and earned a Master’s of Business Administration from the University of Southern California. 

Robert holds a private pilot license with an instrument rating. He is a native of Southern California and lives with his wife in San Francisco.


Adam Prescott

Adam is an Executive Director for JPMorgan Chase’s Commercial Bank where he serves as a Relationship Executive to Middle Market and Multi-National firms with operations in Northern California. He joined J.P. Morgan Chase in 2008 as a Relationship Banker with the Dallas Middle Market Commercial Bank. He relocated to San Francisco in 2011 to assist in building the firm’s Commercial Banking presence on the West Coast.

Adam began his career with GE Capital where he originated asset-based, cash-flow, leveraged finance, and structured leasing debt transactions for mid and large corporate clients throughout Southwest United States. Prior to his career in banking, Adam worked in the internet marketing and search engine optimization industry and owned his own business. Adam is a Board Member of both the Bay Area Chapter and the Silicon Valley Chapter of Finance Executives International.

Adam earned his MBA in General Management from The SMU Cox School of Business and a Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Minor in Philosophy from The Ohio State University where he also served as the Drum Major of The Ohio State University Marching Band. Adam resides in San Francisco with wife and two children.



Adam Prescott
• Introduction

Joe Winters
• Available sources of capital
• M&A outlook and best practices

Robert Garrett
• Working capital efficiency
• Corporate payment technology trends
• Corporate liquidity strategy in a rising rate environment





Tuesday, March 27, 2018

7:30 AM - 8:00 AM Registration
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Seminar



Continuing Professional Education:

One (1) CPE credits available. Field of Study: TBD.

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