What You'll Hear
We’ve brought together financial advisers, regulators, compliance officers, attorneys and academic experts for an in-depth program dedicated to improving the protection of senior investors. Find out how to stay ahead of the legislative curve and learn how you can mitigate risk to your clients and your firm, offer the best investment options to your senior clients, and take steps to protect this vulnerable group of investors. With more clients entering 65+ age range every year, you can’t afford to miss this must-attend event!
Through in-depth research with finance, compliance, insurance and regulatory professionals, we have put together a thought-provoking agenda that’s designed to give you a jump start.
- Current state of elderly financial exploitation
- Guidelines for fiduciaries and what path they should take to maximize their efforts
- How the Senior Safe Act is helping financial service employees identify “red flags” associated with predatory activity against those with diminished capacity
- An evaluation of the various types of fraud that amount to over $3 billion in losses each year
- Advice from finance executives on marketing to and communicating with aging investors
- Strategies on how to work with multi-generational clients
- What the likely effects will be of the DOL fiduciary rules on advisers
- An examination of the FINRA suitability rule (2111) and its relationship with the unique characteristics of aging investors
- What has and has not worked for those who have already implemented training programs aimed to enhance relationships with aging clients
- The latest in technology used to track senior wealth management accounts and detect unusual deviations from unique investing behaviors
Top Reasons To Attend
- Discover best practices staff to work with elderly clients
- Understand the impact of DOL legislation on fiduciary responsibility
- Get advice from leading finance professionals on their aging investor protection programs
- Explore marketing strategies for attracting multi-generational investors
- Evaluate how your firm can differentiate itself in this exponentially growing sector of the market
- Get up to date with the latest developments in fraud detecting technologies
DISCOVER BEST PRACTICES TO WORK WITH ELDER CLIENTS
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for (but not limited to):
- Marketing professionals
- Regulatory specialists
- Compliance officers
- Financial planners
- Academic Experts
- Research analysts
- Government officials
Get Answers To These Important Questions
- How can you protect client assets while maintaining confidentiality? What is legally required and what troubles can you run into for not complying?
- How can you help seniors fairly assess risk, including valuation risk, duration risk, etc.
- Which approaches should you use when discussing sensitive cognitive decline issues in order to maintain positive client relationships?
- How should you structure your aging investor protection program to comply with the various privacy laws and power of attorney stipulations?
- What is driving the evolution of the regulatory landscape regarding aging investor protections and how financial professionals are handling state and federal pressures?
- …and many more!
How should you structure your aging investor protection program?
When & Where
June 13-14, 2017
374 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
If you require overnight accommodations for this conference, please contact any of the following nearby hotels. Please note that FRA does not have a negotiated rate with any of these hotels.
The Eliot Hotel (866) 573-4235
Hilton Boston Back Bay (866)767-0278
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