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Registration Now Open for Association of Bioscience Financial Officers (ABFO) 2013 National Conference -- San Diego
Date:3/5/2013

Director and Chief Market Strategist of U.S. Trust – Bank of America who is a repeat presenter at the ABFO national conference and will present a lively overview on the state of the US economy
  • Karin Eastham , director for 4 public biotechnology companies, will discuss what directors expect from CFOs today – and it's not just about the numbers!
  • In addition to the keynote presentations, attendees of the conference will also be able to participate in break-out sessions led by industry executives with first-hand expertise in each area, including:

    • Effective Management of Clinical Trials and CROs
    • Current D&O Landscape and Say on Pay
    • Update on IPOs
    • Lean in Biosciences
    • M&A Considerations
    • Treasury-Navigating Change
    • Role of Orphan Drugs in Biotech/Pharma
    • Accounting and SEC Update

    Registration can be completed online at www.abfointernational.org/conference through May 15, 2013.  The cost to attend the conference is only $1,200 and 15 hours of continuing education credits are available.  For more information about the conference, contact Brandi Roberts at broberts@adventrx.com.

    Sponsors of the event include AON, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Brinson Patrick , Ernst & Young, Oxford Finance and Cooley LLP.  The conference is also supported by Russo Partners, PR Newswire and BioCentury.

    About the Association of Bioscience Financial Officers

    Formed in 1989, the Association of Bioscience Financial Officers has eleven chapters that serve as forums for the exchange of information about the industry and networ
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