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Richard Scrushy to speak at FEI meeting in Nashville, TN

December 18, 2012—Houston, TX: 7venth Power is pleased to announce that Richard Scrushy will be speaking to the Financial Executives International chapter in Nashville, Tennessee on January 22, 2013. Mr. Scrushy has been invited to speak about valuing companies for the long term, building successful billion dollar companies,
the problems that can arise and lessons learned.

About Financial Executives International

Financial Executives International was founded in 1931 as the Controllers Institute of America. The expansion of responsibilities of financial executives into policy-making areas led them to change their name to Financial Executives Institute in 1962. As the global economy developed, they were the driving force in forming the International Association of Financial Executives Institutes in 1969.

The FEI Nashville Chapter was chartered in April, 1963 at Richland Country Club, a site that the Chapter still uses to this day for events. With nearly 125 members representing a broad spectrum of companies that operate in numerous industries, the Chapter represents the professional association of choice for senior and mid-level corporate financial managers in the Nashville area.

Chapter membership provides the opportunity to interact and network with local senior financial leaders in virtually all industries and company sizes, as well as the chance to engage with top-notch speakers.

About Richard Scrushy

Richard Scrushy is a dynamic risk taking entrepreneur with a powerful track record. He was a founder of three New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) companies. All three became billion dollar companies and two became listed in the Fortune 500.

He began his first company from the ground up with a simple business card and a dream. He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for nearly twenty years. The company grew to a multi-billion dollar Fortune 500 company. He served as Chairman of another corporation for several years until it merged with another NYSE company and he served as Chairman and CEO of a third company. At one time the number of employees in the companies he chaired exceeded eighty-thousand employees.

One of the companies he started became the largest healthcare provider geographically in America with more than 2,350 facilities. The company had operations in all fifty states and every major city in the United States and several other countries including Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Puerto Rico and Australia.