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NASP 29th Annual Pension and Financial Services Conference Registration is Now Available - EARLY BIRD RATE EXTENDED TO APRIL 13! 

As you know, NASP's
Annual Pension & Financial Services Conference is one of the industry's most respected and influential educational forums. The 29th Annual Pension and Financial Services Conference  "The Next Frontier: Capitalizing on a Changing Market Landscape" will be held in Houston, TX from June 4-6. The conference attracts fiduciaries from public and corporate pension plans, endowments and foundations as well as investment managers, securities sales and trading professionals and investment bankers, elected officials, and federal/regulatory agency representatives. Click here to launch the registration site. 

UBS to host NASP Annual Mentors Luncheon and Career Symposium for Diverse College Students

As part of the Future Financial Professionals Pipeline initiative to increase diversity in the financial services sector, NASP holds the Mentors Luncheon & Career Symposium for diverse undergraduate students interested in finance, business, and the related fields. The Symposium provides students with internship and career resources from corporate recruiting teams as well as networking opportunities with NASP professionals to help nurture their growth. The 2018 Mentors Luncheon and Career Symposium will be held in NYC at UBS on Friday, April, 20, 2018. Registration is available for students. 
Click here for details. 

NASP Legislative Symposium and Annual Meeting Held in Washington, D.C. 

As part of the organization's advocacy initiatives, NASP hosts an annual Legislative Symposium with key financial oversight representatives and decision-makers from congressional committees, federal and regulatory agencies and quasi-public private sector entities. This year's event was held on September 20th at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. and covered topics impacting broker-dealers, asset managers, and the overall financial services industry.  Read the full summary by clicking HERE.



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