- Face-to-Face Networking
We are the largest network of senior financial executives in the world
The FENG is not just another "social networking" site or a job board. Some of the most important connections you can make through our organization will be at your Local Chapter and Special Interest Group events.
Don't forget to come prepared for your meetings.
We have chapters in almost all the major cities in the U.S. as well as many other countries around the world.
- Membership Process
It takes time to do it right
Each and every membership application gets reviewed by one of our staff members and our chairman to make sure the applicant is appropriately qualified.
All members have at least 15 years of work experience and have held a senior level financial executive title for several years.
- Publish a Job Lead
We do NOT post job leads
on this website
Most internet job leads go dead within 24-48 hours of being posted.
We publish a daily newsletter that goes out to our entire membership database 5 nights a week. We can also do targeted custom mailings for specific assignments as needed.Corporate Employers looking to post a job opening as well as Search Firms looking to utilize our services are welcome to submit their leads to us through our website.
- Donate to Support Us
Your contributions ensure our organization's survival
We have no annual dues – members make voluntary contributions to the degree they can afford it.
Our 200+ Chapter & Special Interest Group Chairs are all volunteers. That includes our national Chairman, Matt Bud, and Co-Chairs Doug Fine and Bruce Lynn. Our 7 part-time Administrative Assistants are our only paid staff.
We are a 501 (c) (3) – your tax deductible donations are welcome.
- Matt's Editorials
Nightly editorials by Matt Bud, Chairman
“Spring has sprung”
In the past week, it is clear that spring is finally here in Connecticut. As you all probably know, I work out of my home office, and I am fortunate that it faces a heavily wooded area. During the winter, I can see my neighbor’s property off in the distance and sort of notice when there is activity. Not so during the summer. Then, I can just see a few [ Read more... ]