“I knew if I stayed around long enough, something like this would happen.”
— Epitaph on George Bernard Shaw’s tombstone
Not that I can write like Shaw, but believe it or not, after hanging around for three years, the Democrat and Chronicle has asked me to write a regular column about life in our business community. Talk about taking a chance.
Ever since my stint on the editorial board, I watched citizens from the outside discuss business matters with the newspaper and thought it would be unique to provide an outside view from the inside.
Rochester is blessed with fascinating people and wonderful stories. Our rich fabric of inventors, entrepreneurs, business executives, artists and social activists makes Rochester a wonderful and proud place to call home.
Brian Schiedel is responsible for monitoring daily valuation recordkeeping services, ensuring that transactions meet strict procedural guidelines, and providing compliance and other consulting services for Burke Group’s retirement plan clients. He serves as the direct Relationship Manager for more than 30 retirement plans.
Prior to joining Burke Group, he obtained his bachelor’s degree in management science from the State University of New York at Geneseo. He has also obtained the Qualified 401(k) Administrator (QKA) designation through the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA).