The Wows and Woes of M&A

  • June 10, 2020
  • 4:45 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Zoom Session

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Corporate Practitioner Round Table on the Wows & Woes of Mergers and Acquisitions

with guest speakers

Terry Feucht, Finance VP - WesBanco

Jeff Boeh, Assistant Treasurer - The E.W. Scripps Company

Angie Huber, Assistant Treasurer - Cincinnati Bell

More about Terry: 

Terry joined WesBanco Bank, Inc. in 2017 as a VP of Finance within the accounting team.  Within that role he focuses on various tax related planning and investments as well as being active in the acquisition team. Since late 2017, WesBanco has completed three acquisitions expanding its footprint to six states and approximately $15 billion in assets.

Prior to WesBanco, Terry spent 22+ years at Fifth Third Bank where he served in a variety of roles in both the tax and accounting departments.  During his tenure, Fifth Third grew from approximately $10 billion in assets to $130 billion in assets, again primarily by acquisitions.

Terry began his career at a firm specializing in Oil & Gas before joining KPMG in Cleveland. He started in the audit department but soon transferred to the tax department.  During that time Terry served on a number of clients in both manufacturing and financial services industries.

More about Jeff: 

Jeff Boeh is Assistant Treasurer for The E.W. Scripps Company.  Scripps is the 4th largest independent TV station owner that operates 60 television stations in 42 markets across the U.S.  Scripps empowers the next generation of news consumers with its multiplatform news network Newsy and reaches growing audiences through broadcast networks including Bounce and Court TV.  Shaping the future of storytelling through digital audio, Scripps owns top podcast company Stitcher and Triton, the global leader in technology and measurement services.  Scripps is the longtime steward of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.  Founded in 1878 Scripps has held for decades the motto, “Give light and the people will find their own way.” 

Jeff has been at Scripps for 20+ years and has held various titles in the Treasury department at Scripps being named Assistant Treasurer in 2014.  He has managed the financing of the spin-merge of the companies former newspaper business with the television unit of Journal Communications in 2015.  Jeff has also managed the financing of 3 other acquisitions over the last 24 months along with various refinancing of company debt during his tenure as Assistant Treasurer.  Other treasury responsibilities include debt covenant management, cash management and forecasting, and management of the company’s pension and 401k plans.

Prior to Scripps Jeff held various Treasury positions with Manhattan National Life Insurance and Great American Insurance Company.  Jeff earned his Bachelor’s degree in finance from Northern Kentucky University and his Master’s degree from Xavier University. 

More about Angie:

Angie Huber is Assistant Treasurer for Cincinnati Bell Inc, a $2B communications & IT services and hardware company.  Over the last 10 years, she has been responsible for securing financing for multiple acquisitions including the purchase of Hawaiian Telcom and integrating treasury operations into the corporate treasury group.  She has also managed the opposite side of the transaction when CBB carved out and IPO’d CyrusOne – CBB’s data center business.  Other treasury responsibilities include pension plan management, insurance & risk management, and 5 year company planning including M&A modeling. 

Prior to Angie’s 10 years at CBB, she held various finance and accounting roles within Chiquita and Kroger.  Angie earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Cincinnati and is a CPA and CTP.


Wednesday, June 10, 2020, 4:45pm-6:00pm

Join us for an insightful virtual discussion around M&A activity in the marketplace. Angie, Jeff, and Terry will take us through the many considerations of Mergers and Acquisitions including tax implications, types of trasnactions,  how deals come together, and a discussion on financing options. 

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Pending approval for 1.2 CTP re-certification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.


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