NASP 26th Annual Conference Early Bird Registration is Now Available!
NASP's Annual Pension and Financial Services Conference is one of the most respected and influential industry events which consistently attracts an impressive group of investment professionals, corporate treasurers, public trustees, asset allocation experts, municipal issuers and world-recognized economists. This celebration of diversity and achievement provides a forum to build relationships, enhance knowledge and source new business opportunities.
The 26th Annual Conference will be returning to the Swissotel Chicago from June 15-17, 2015. In between educational enrichment, enjoy opportunities to build relationships with fellow colleagues and key decision-makers during networking functions. Early bird registration is now available! Click HERE for details and more!
Special thanks to 2015 conference Corporate Partners and Sponsors!
NASP Mentors Luncheon & Career Symposium at UBS a Success
Last month, the NASP Mentors Luncheon and Career Symposium was hosted at the UBS Americas Headquarters in New York City.
NASP hosts the Mentors Luncheon & Career Symposium for diverse undergraduate students interested in finance, business, and the related fields as part of our Future Financial Professionals Pipeline initiative to provide students with internship and career resources and to create networking opportunities to nurture their growth to increase diversity in the financial services sector.
Shawn Lytle, Head of Americas, UBS Global Asset Management delivered opening remarks and provided students with advice about their career path. The Mentors Panel moderated by NASP Board Member James Haddon, Ramirez Asset Management included a diverse group of industry professionals who shared their stories about their career path and provided insight to achieving success in the industry. A lively Q&A with the students followed after the panel. Recruiters from Grosvenor, Morgan Stanley, Nationwide, UBS, and The PFM Group met with students after the Mentors Panel and shared information about internship and job opportunities as well as training programs offered at their respective firms. Click HERE to read the full summary of the event and to view pictures.
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