- Moderator for Buyer’s Panel: Exploring Exit Options
- Salt Lake City, UT – February 2019
Bill Kirth has 30 years of experience in traditional banking, auditing, bank compliance, asset-based lending, factoring, entrepreneurship and private equity.
Bill has previously worked for Sterling Commercial Credit, Zions Bank, First Interstate Bank, Wells Fargo, and GE Capital and Summit Financial. He has taught courses and has published material on asset based lending and banking for RMA, Lorman Education, Goldman Sachs and many other panels and seminars.
He currently serves on the board of RMA (Risk Management Association) Utah Chapter, TMA (Turnaround Management Association) Utah Chapter (as a founder) and ACG Association for Corporate Growth) Utah Chapter (as a founder) as well as other boards of companies that he has invested in. He had previously served on the national RMA membership board for 4 years.
Bill also manages his own private equity fund which currently holds equity positions in 6 companies. He has owned and sold other businesses during his career and has had extensive experience in financing both early-stage, high-growth companies as well as turnaround companies.
Bill holds a green belt in Six Sigma and a black belt in Tae Kwon Do.