FEI Twin Cities is a membership-based, nonprofit business organization for financial leaders that serves over 10,000 members nationally. Our mission is to advance the success of finance leaders, their organizations and the profession.
FEI provides opportunities to connect with peers and industry leaders to build lasting relationships, learn through cutting edge content and meetings to stay ahead of industry trends, and develop leadership skills to advance their careers and organizations.
With peers and industry leaders.
Our events combine leadership, technical and career development skills with peer networking opportunities so you can expand your network and build lasting relationships. Our programs are designed for busy professionals and there are multiple ways to connect with FEI so you can maximize your FEI membership.
Twin Cities meetings are held around the metro at a variety of locations and times and are designed to make the best use of your time (view meetings):
* Virtual meetings are being held to connect on relevant topics in an informal setting. Formats include virtual coffees and happy hours, webinars and more.
* Monthly meetings featuring local and national leaders designed to keep you informed with what is happening in the business community and beyond
* Social events that are all about connecting and building relationships
* Monthly transitions meetings for those seeking their next position
* Women’s networking group and other special interest programming
* Annual golf outing is the perfect out-of-office outing to enjoy a day of golf while doing business on the green
Regional Meetings and National Conferences - these vary but include topics such as the FEI Leadership Summit, Corporate Financial Reporting, Employee Benefits, Government Business and more (view meetings).
Online and printed member directory so you can access other professionals like you (online directory)
Members-only forum to get answers and feedback from your peers (access here).
Invite qualified guests to attend our meetings at no cost.
Stay informed of FEI Twin Cities Happenings and Events (email signup here).
Stay ahead of industry trends through cutting edge content and research.
Professional development sessions combine leadership, technical and career development skills with peer networking opportunities. Topics cover Challenges of a CFO, the Future is Now, an annual M&A Conference and more
Career management sessions to build and manage your career for maximum potential for success
Access high-quality, unbiased reports, updates and surveys on the latest happenings in the field of finance
Learn anywhere, anytime with webinars on strategy, accounting, leadership and more
We offer over 20 Continuing Professional Educational credits a year with in-person and online options and a convenient CPE Center to keep track of all of your CPEs
Access unbiased research designed specifically for senior finance professionals
Build leadership skills that will carry you and your organization forward.
Trusted Peer Groups are a great way to build leadership skills and a trusted network of peers to brainstorm and problem solve current challenges
Build your leadership skills by volunteering. Work side by side with other FEI volunteers on special committees and projects. We rely on a passionate and energetic group of volunteers to serve our members!
Access accounting and financial reporting updates to advance your knowledge
Through advocacy committees and roundtables, FEI works to inform and educate members about issues impacting the financial professional. Committees are open to FEI members and are a perfect avenue for working with your peers to advance and protect the public policy interests of businesses around the globe.
Receive discounts on services through FEI's Affinity Program.
When you belong to FEI you’re supporting the profession. FEI is dedicated to educating and affecting change on behalf of its members on key issues impacting their businesses. Driven by the activities of FEI's national advocacy and accounting policy committees, together with its government affairs and accounting policy staff, advocacy initiatives involve information gathering and lobbying on a range of public policy and regulatory issues affecting financial executives.