Larry has substantial experience in financial planning with an emphasis on financial modeling.
As a research administrator for a major university, a financial analyst for a large, publicly-held corporation, and a financial consultant for a "big 8" public accounting firm, he has designed models for forecasting financial operations of utilities, automakers, manufacturers, and construction companies.
He holds a B.B.A. in accounting and a M.B.A. in finance from Eastern Michigan University. Larry also has additional course work in computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan.
His experience includes:
Member of the consulting team reviewing Chrysler’s financial status for the U.S. Treasury.
Lease/buy decisions for over two million dollars of IBM equipment for a large metropolitan hospital.Review of a computer-based financial modeling system for a major municipality.
Development of a financial model for use by management to monitor a contingency plan for a major freight carrier.
Design of a time-phased financial model to analyze the feasibility of a complex six million dollar agribusiness expansion.
Performed the Chapter 11 financial projections for a Top 20 major transportation company.
Provided turnaround assistance for a local printing company.
Prepared manual budgets and accounting systems for a major utility.
Larry is a frequent speaker on financial modeling and business applications.
He has been a guest lecturer for:
The Ph.D. program at Michigan State University and the Masters program at Western Michigan University.
The Great Lakes Symposium on Innovative Approaches to Profits for Financial Institutions.
American Public Power Association National Convention. Topic:
Financial Planning with Decision Support Systems.
Financial Discipline ’84. Topic: Micro-Computers – Where are they going?