Thursday, January 25, 2018 from 8:15 AM to 11:30 AM EST
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Crowne Plaza Hotel 
260 Mall Blvd.
King of Prussia, PA 19406



Christine Stewart 
FPA Philadelphia 

FPA Philly CE Breakfast January 25

Join us for a morning of education and networking.  We are pleased to present our Annual Economic and Market Update by Sean Clark, CIO from Clark Capital Management.  We'll gather for a nice warm, hearty breakfast while networking and catching up after the holidays with colleagues and friends.
8:15-9:00 a.m. - Registration, Hot Buffet Breakfast, Networking

9:15 a.m. - Welcome

Session I    
9:15-10:15 a.m. - 2018 Economic Outlook: Mid-Term Elections.  The Fed.  Tax Policy.  Uncertainty.
  presented by Sean Clark, Chief Investment Officer, Clark Capital Management Group
(One CFP CE Approved and One PA Insurance CE Pending Approval)

Sean Clark will help you prepare for the year with his economic and market outlook for 2018 and beyond.  You will gather insights into the opportunities and risks you need to be thinking about going forward and we will discuss the major talking points we believe your clients will find relevant to their investment strategies during 2018.

Session II
10:30-11:30 a.m
. - Senior$afe - Preventing the Financial Exploitation of the Elderly
  presented by Bob Gardner, CFP, Securities Compliance Examiner, PA Department of Banking and Securities and Donna Wolgemuth, Aging Services Specialist, PA Department of Aging's Protective Services Office.
(One CFP CE and one PA Insurance CE Pending Approval)

In February of this year, the SEC approved FINRA's proposed amendment to the Customer Account Information rule and created the new Financial Exploitation of Specified Adults rule, both of which take effect February 5, 2018.   Please join us as representatives from the PA Department of Banking and Securities address this timely and ever-growing problem.  You will learn how to recognize financial exploitation and learn the steps to take when abuse of elderly clients is suspected.  You will learn:
  • Explaining the benefits of reporting - when it is required, why the issue is important
  • Building an understanding of what reporting is permitted under relevant privacy laws
  • Identifying common red flags for senior financial exploitation
  • Developing a proper internal protocol and action steps for reporting
Bob is a retired marine corps officer with 21 years active duty, worked 15 years as a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch and managed $250 million in client assets.  He has been with the PA Department of Banking and Securities for 2 years.  Donna's career began in a CPA firm in Baltimore, MD.  She has a BS in Accounting from Towson University and has the combined experience of accounting and protective services to bring to the presentation.

Click here for more info on Senior$afe.

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