FELIX PC: New for Private Companies

September 2003
Financial Executive;Sep2003, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p76
Academic Journal
This article announces that the Financial Executives List Exchange for Private Companies, known as FELIX PC, has been launched by Financial Executives Research Foundation (FERF) as a sponsored service to Financial Executives Institute members who work for private companies. The author notes that the e-mail-based discussion forum, moderated by FERF, allows members to communicate directly to share answers to their day-to-day questions. The next step is FELIX Global, a discussion group for FEI non-U.S. members and those who work in the U.S. for foreign-based companies.


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