Friday, March 27, 2009
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres $30 per person
President & CEO Herald National Bank
David Bagatelle founded Herald National Bank to cater to the
David draws on 20 years of experience developing, starting and growing financial services businesses. Throughout his career, David has been client, shareholder and employee focused. He draws on experience from senior roles at institutions such as Signature Bank, Republic National Bank of
David proudly represents his father, the late Warren Bagatelle ’60 - banker, philanthropist and co-founder of the Eliphalet Nott Society.
Friday, January 23, 2009
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Place: THE WESTIN COPLEY SQUARE BOSTON
10 HUNTINGTON AVENUE • BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 02116
Beer (of course), wine and hors d’oeuvres $25 per person
Craig Theisen ‘01
Regional Manager, Peak Organic Brewing Company
“Reducing Our Carbon Footprint…One Pint At A Time!”
Craig Theisen had a steady career in Boston’s insurance industry for six years after graduation. But in 2007, he quit insurance sales and helped launch Peak Organic, an organic craft beer brewer with a creative marketing plan but limited budget.
Founded by Theisen’s childhood friend, Jon Cadoux, Peak Organic brews six types of craft beer in Portland, Maine. The company’s roots stretch back to 1998, when Cadoux and a friend began brewing beer at home. As Peak Organic has grown, Cadoux has recruited Theisen and several other friends from their summer camp days as part owners and sales representatives. Today, the team is spread along the eastern seaboard.
Craig Theisen covers parts of New England and upstate New York, lives in Saugus, MA and is pursuing an MBA from Babson College during the evenings. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Union College in 2001.
RSVP by 2/20/09 online at: www.union.edu/Alumni/Events or detach and send the reservation form below via mail to: Mike O’Hara, College Relations, 807 Union Street, Schenectady, NY 12308, or via fax to: 518.388.6060.
Questions? Call 518.388.6166 or email firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about Union College’s entrepreneur network—The Eliphalet Nott Society - please visit: www.union.edu/Alumni/Development/ENottSociety
Thursday, September 25, 2008
June 25, 2008 06:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Conditional Approval for National Charter
Bank Targets Late Summer Opening in Manhattan, Long Island and Brooklyn
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The organizers of Heritage Bank, N.A. (in organization) announced today that the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has granted conditional approval of its application for a national commercial bank charter. Heritage Bank is presently targeting a late summer opening and intends to raise between $60 to $85 million in capital to fund the bank’s formation and opening.
“Conditional approval from the OCC is a great milestone for us. We look forward to meeting the conditions of the approval by commencing our capital raise with a soon-tobe-released effective offering circular and continuing to prepare for the pre-opening exam in order to open for business in late summer,” explains David S. Bagatelle, President and CEO of Heritage Bank.
“We are tracking very well toward our goals,” comments Daniel M. Healy, Chairman of Heritage Bank. “The conditional approval and the affirmations we have received through the expressed interest of investors and prospective banking teams, demonstrate that we have the right management team and right model in place to establish a premier bank in the New York metropolitan area.”
Subject to the receipt of final regulatory approvals, the Bank will begin operations during late summer, 2008. The Bank’s initial offices will be located in midtown Manhattan, Long Island and Brooklyn, New York. Each office will contain multiple private commercial banking teams.
The organization of the bank is led by an experienced team of New York City banking executives, each of whom has a strong track record of serving the Bank’s target market: privately owned businesses and the middle market in the New York metropolitan area. David S. Bagatelle will serve as President and Chief Executive Officer. Bagatelle is a former Executive Vice President of Signature Bank and a member of its founding group. Daniel M. Healy will serve as Chairman of the Board. He is a former North Fork Bancorporation Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and director. The Vice Chairman of the Board is Raymond A. Nielsen, who was the former leadindependent director at North Fork. He was also the former President, Chief Executive Officer and director of Reliance Bancorp.
Additional executives include: Michael S. Carleton, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer; Gerard A. Perri, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer; and Joseph R. Harpster, Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer.
Please visit www.heritagebankny.com for additional information. This press release is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy stock of Heritage Bank, N.A. (in organization), which will be made only by means of the Bank’s prospectus filed with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. To the extent that this press release contains forward looking statements, those statements will be subject to the limitations contained in the prospectus.
623 Fifth Avenue, 11th floor
New York, NY 10022
Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Place: The Westin
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres $30 per person
Featuring: David P. Dickinson ‘77
“Why Sleep is the New Sex and Startups are for Lovers”
Sleep deprivation is becoming an epidemic around the world. According to The Wall Street Journal, three-quarters of Americans (225 million) report suffering at least one symptom of a sleep problem each week. Insomnia is now the third biggest health complaint in the
As the CEO of Axon Labs, Dave Dickinson will review how he helped three different startups raise almost $20 million in venture and angel capital, how he discovered his “startup
After he received a B.S. in Industrial Economics from
Dave, his college sweetheart and wife Diane (DiMeo ’79) and their three daughters reside in the
Saturday, February 16, 2008
You are cordially invited to join Union College alumni, parents and friends for a Business Forum and Reception in New York City sponsored by Union’s entrepreneur network—The Eliphalet Nott Society and The Union Business Network. This is an excellent opportunity for business leaders, professionals and current/prospective entrepreneurs to gather and network.
Place: The Cornell Club
At the Nexus of Technology, Medicine and Entrepreneurship: Bringing New Biomedical Devices to Market
Mr. Oei is a partner in L Capital Partners and leads the firm's investments in the healthcare sector. He has broad experience in the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industries. Prior to joining L Capital Partners, Mr. Oei was at Johnson & Johnson Development Corporation, J&J's venture arm, for more than a decade. He was involved in more than 50 investments, such as in Barrier Therapeutics, Immunicon, Neurocrine Biosciences and Shire Pharmaceuticals Group. He has held positions at Merck & Co., Abbott Laboratories and American Cyanamid. Mr. Oei received a BA in economics from
Mr. Macomber is the COO of Opthera, an ultra-violet light emitting diode company, and President and CEO of Exousia, an electronic medical records software services company, both based in
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