City Times Staff
Corey Ladick has a new accreditation to his credit.
Ladick, the Stevens Point Comptroller-Treasurer, was first elected to his office in April of 2013. At that time he’d already had a Master’s degree in business administration and finance, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in public administration, along with private sector experience with the bond market, lending practices and real estate.
Ladick also has experience working for Senator Julie Lassa and Congressman Ron Kind, and previously worked for the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Now, he’s been designated at a Certified Public Finance Officer by the Government Finance Officers Association.
Ladick was required to pass five exams in governmental accounting, auditing and financial reporting; cash management and investments; debt management; operating and capital budget; and pension and benefits, risk management and procurement. He passed the courses in May.