Gold Coast Bank participated in the Port Jefferson Greek Festival over the weekend of August 21st -24th. The bank raffled off an iPad Mini, and the winner was DawnMarie of Port Jefferson, NY. DawnMarie gave her nephew Matty the iPad Mini. Matty is pictured with Gold Coast Bank President, Jim Johnis.
A successful chief financial officer has a range of responsibilities that extend beyond the traditional duties of accounting, financial reporting, budgeting and capital financing. In today’s challenging business environment, a top CFO must be the organization’s financial steward while contributing to operational and strategic planning in innovative ways – a leader as dedicated to their company’s success as they are to ensuring their company’s reputation in the community. The CFO of the Year program will recognize Long Island’s top financial officers for their outstanding fiscal leadership and asset management, contributions to their company’s performance, their contribution and commitment to their profession and organizations as well as their involvement in the community.
Join Long Island Business News and sponsors Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, Eisner Amper, Marcum, Wells Fargo, Cohn Reznick, Grassi & Co, and Sterling National Bank as we recognize and congratulate the 2014 CFO of the Year awardees in the following categories:
Catherine Califano ~ Gold Coast Bank
Mark Bogen ~ South Nassau Communities Hospital
Lawrence Boord ~ EPIC Long Island
Robert E. Caulfield ~ Jefferson’s Ferry Lifecare Retirement Community
Melvin Ness ~ Touro College
Private Company with revenue below $50mm
Anthony Columbo ~ Gilbert Displays
Stephen Finkel ~ FJC Security
Stephan Grillo ~ A+ Technology & Security
Michael Pischel ~ U.S. Nonwovens
Kathy Reiter ~ Gundermann & Gundermann Insurance
Paul Strohmenger ~ Nettle Bay Partners
Robert Zuclich ~ Plycon Van Lines
Private Company with revenue above $50mm
Michael Sabanos ~ HUB International
Public Company with revenue below $50mm
Brian Baker ~ Medical-Action Industries
John Catsimatidis and Robert Morgenthau arranged a fabulous luncheon honoring the Police Athletic League at the Mutual of America building at 320 Park in Manhattan on July 15, 2014. The luncheon was well attended by dignitaries, city officials, citizens and persons dedicated to improving the quality of life in NYC, including Host Geraldo Rivera who gave an impassioned speech about making a difference in life.
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