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7th Annual Target-Date Funds Forum

Event : 7th Annual Target-Date Funds Forum

Mon, 25/02/2013  
Conducted by : Financial Research Associates
Contact : Theresa Powers

 Join us for Financial Research Associates’ 7th Annual Target-Date Funds Forum, taking place February 25-26, 2013 at The Harvard Club of Boston to learn what’s in store for target-date funds! This is your chance to take part in an interactive discussion with plan sponsors, consultants and industry leaders regarding the latest trends, challenges, and new developments in the target-date space.

Top Reasons to Attend:
Hear directly from plan sponsors and consultants--get an inside look into the types of products and strategies they’d like to see in their funds
Receive current market research findings and growth projections from the industry’s top firms
Explore innovative methods to improve your risk-to-return correlation
Find out how experts are approaching glide path design in today’s market
Get a comparative look at traditional versus custom target-date fund portfolios
Uncover new ways to benchmark so that you can better serve your participants
Bring home new and useful methodologies to maximize success
Discover the hidden potential of alternative investments in target-date funds
Obtain up-to-the-minute legal and regulatory guidance
Expand your network of industry contacts
 
PLUS! We’re offering a special pre-conference workshop designed by plan sponsors, for plan sponsors: “The ABCs of TDFs”.
Subscribers of Global Fund Media are entitled to a 10% discount.  Mention FMP115 during registration to enjoy this offer.  Click here For more information and to view the conference brochure click here or contact Theresa Powers at 704-341-2437 or tpowers@frallc.com      
 
 


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