The Municipal Finance Institute
is a two-day educational and networking conference which brings together roughly 200 leaders in the California city finance community, designed for finance officers, city treasurers, city managers and all city staff who assist these professionals in their stewardship of public resources. The League is currently soliciting session proposals for this premier conference, suggested topics include:
- Pension reform and updates;
- Developing policies for finance departments;
- Budget cycle process for new finance/municipality personnel;
- Understanding OPEB;
- Leadership and communication skills; and
- Exploring additional funding sources for capital projects/infrastructure.
The League encourages all individuals with an interest in participating to consult the materials from previous years’
for ideas on topics of interest, and submit a final proposal by Friday, June 29.
Submissions, non-commercial in nature, from any individual, group, business or organization, on any topic are welcome. The conference committees will only consider proposals submitted online through the proposal form. In addition, the session selection process is highly competitive. You can increase the chances of your topic being selected by preparing a thorough, thoughtful and complete proposal that tells how the session would help fire service leaders to improve their careers and communities.
Sessions may not include sales, commercialism or product promotion of any kind.
For more information, please visit the Municipal Finance Institute webpage