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NRECA BLC 975.1 Capital Credits Issues and Decisions
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NRECA BLC 975.1 Capital Credits Issues and Decisions

When: February 18, 2019
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Where: InterContinental Hotel
11 E. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, Minnesota  55101
United States
Contact: Gayle Karol, Marketing & Event Coordinator

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2019 Annual Meeting Pre-Conference

NRECA BLC 975.1 Capital Credits Issues and Decisions
Monday, February 18, 2019, 9-4pm (continental breakfast and lunch included)

Other Pre-Conference Session:
Deep Dive Sessions, Monday, February 18

Course Description

  * How funds will be allocated to members
  * Whether to make special retirements
  * Which approach to retiring capital credits will maximize the value for the co-op and its members


John Penry
- John has 15 years of public utility experience including 9 years at Salt River Project (SRP), a large water and public power company in Phoenix, AZ. While at SRP, he had assignments in Strategic Planning, Resource Planning, Customer Billing and Competitive Provider Services, and Supply and Trading. His projects included business process improvement, analytics, and program management. At the same time, he taught microeconomics, at the college level for five years. At CFC, he created and managed the Cooperative Financial Professional Certificate (CFPC), conducted macroeconomic analysis, and ad hoc financial and economic analysis. The CFPC is a joint program with NRECA that includes two weeks of intensive in-class instruction, a series of webinars, and a capstone project requirement. John managed and instructed the CFPC for seven years with over 220 cooperative CEOs, CFOs and other senior accounting & finance professionals in attendance.  Along with Krishna Murthy of CFC and the Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives, he created a model to estimate the impact of distributed solar generation on a cooperative’s operating statement. John has conducted many workshops, both in person and as webinars, on several cooperative financial topics including: Equity Management, Financial Planning & Budgeting, Financial Decision Making*, Rates Strategies for 21st Century Challenges*, and Capital Credits Issues & Decisions*. He is also highly proficient in Excel and has given workshops on how to use and program with Excel.


He holds a BS degree from Auburn University and a dual Master’s Degree from the University of Arizona (MBA) and Thunderbird, the American Graduate School for International Management (MIM). Prior to attending graduate school, he worked in the consumer electronics industry for 4 years. He and his wife spend their weekends corralling their 4 kids.

Who Should Attend

Electric co-op directors

Education Program Members $571

Non-Education Program Members  $671


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