• Sunday
    May 06, 2018
  • Monday
    May 07, 2018
  • Tuesday
    May 08, 2018
  • Wednesday
    May 09, 2018

Sunday, May 06

Session Speakers
7 a.m.-8 p.m.

Registration/Information Desk Open

    8 a.m.-4:15 p.m.

    *Optional Pre-Conference Workshop #1 | Private Wealth Advice

    *Additional fee applies; see registration page for details. 

    8 a.m.-12:10 p.m.
    Serving High-Net-Worth Clients Through Advanced Ethics and Expertise
    In collaboration with Yale School of Management-Wealth Management Theory & Practice, a Registered CPWA Education Program (online)
    A comprehensive training session designed for advisors interested in learning about how to better serve high-net-worth clients, this workshop highlights curriculum from the Certified Private Wealth Advisor ® certification program, the industry standard for advanced wealth management advisors. Topics will include: ethics, applied behavioral finance, family dynamics, tax strategies and planning, portfolio management, risk management and asset protection, and estate planning and wealth transfer.

    12:40-1:30 p.m.
    Lunchtime Speaker
    Exploring Opportunities with Sophisticated
    High-Net-Worth Investors, Mike Van Wyk, Captial Group
    High-net-worth investors are much sought after, but often hard to find. Explore how to uncover what these clients are often hiding, why it could be limiting your practice’s growth, and how to draw deep-rooted, valuable insights from them out into the open. Uncover how demographics are changing, where to find emerging wealth segments, and why it matters for your business in this informative session.

    1:45-4:15 p.m.
    Communicating with High-Net-Worth Clients, Julie Littlechild, AbsoluteEngagement.com
    This highly tactical, practical workshop will help advisors reinforce the value of their ethics and expertise through more effective client communication. Based on the Institute’s recent high-net-worth (HNW) client research study, “Investments & Wealth Client Research,” which surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. and Canadian HNW clients, participants will learn how to create a clear action plan that demonstrates how to position expertise when describing value, how to understand client perception of advanced/voluntary designations, and the connection between expertise, engagement, client loyalty and referrals, while integrating the Institute’s Code of Professional Responsibility into your advisory practice.

    Sponsored by: 


    2:30-4:15 p.m.

    *Optional Pre-Conference Workshop #2 | CFP Board Ethics Education Program

    *Additional fee applies; see registration page for details. 
    This workshop will cover the best practices advisors should adhere to for maintaining the highest ethical  standards with their clients. By employing six key steps, such as defining and discussing financial planning engagement, analyzing specific fact patterns to determine if a financial planning relationship exists, differentiating between standards of care set forth in Rules 1.4 and 4.5 of the CFP Rules of Conduct, applying Practical Standards set forth in the Financial Planning Practice Standards, identifying information that must be disclosed in writing to the client, and defining the required information that must be disclosed to clients and prospective clients, advisors will learn how adherence to ethical practices can provide value for their clients. This workshop provides two hours of ethics continuing education credit for CIMA®, CPWA®, and CFP® certificants.

    5-6 p.m.

    Opening General Session: How to Leverage EQ to More Effectively Engage Your Clients

    Business leaders and outstanding performers are not defined by their IQs or even their job skills, but by their “emotional intelligence,” a set of competencies that distinguishes how people manage themselves and their relationships. Goleman explains what emotional intelligence is and why it counts differently—and often more powerfully—than IQ or technical expertise.

    Daniel Goleman, PhD, will be signing books in the conference bookstore inside the exhibit hall on Sunday from 67 p.m.

    6-7:30 p.m.

    Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by PowerShares by Invesco

    Sponsored by:


      Monday, May 07

      Session Speakers
      7 a.m.-7 p.m.

      Registration/Information Desk Open

        7-8 a.m.

        Breakfast in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by Wells Fargo

        Sponsored by:


          International Breakfast Sponsored by Wellington-Altus

          Enjoy an international perspective on common advisor challenges along with your breakfast with this moderated discussion for our international attendees and others who would like to join.

          Sponsored by:


            8-9 a.m.

            General Session 2: Navigating Economic Uncertainty by Bubble-Spotting

            The overwhelming flood of political, economic, technological, social, and market forces that bombard us every day is distracting. It prevents us from paying attention to what really matters. Our usual response to the noise is to focus narrowly or turn to specialists for help. But is that the right path? Mansharamani offers scores of compelling real-life examples that show how a narrow lens can lead us to miss the most important signals—the ones we’re least primed to see. He advocates opening up to get a broader view; to zoom out to a generalist’s approach. Breadth is as important as depth and generalists win by paying attention to more than their area of expertise.

            9-9:30 a.m.

            Break in Exhibit Hall

              9:30-10:45 a.m. | Super Sessions Round 1

              Super Session 1: 2018 Reality Check: Macroeconomic Themes for the Year Ahead

              This session will explore the key macroeconomic themes for 2018 and how they challenge investor returns. It is critical to balance the current optimism about economic growth with an understanding of the multi-decade trends that will continue to constrain growth and interest rates. Investors will be likely to grapple with finding income for some time.

              Track: Investment Management

              Super Session 2: How the New 2017 Tax Law Will Impact Wealth Advisors

              Learn the key features of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and how they will most affect advisors. The act is the largest revision of the Internal Revenue Code in more than 30 years and virtually every taxpayer is affected. By addressing issues arising from the new law that will affect individuals, trusts, estates, and businesses, concentrating on concerns of advisors and their clients, the goal of this session is to formulate strategies for dealing with the new law.

              Track: Wealth Management

              Super Session 3: Creating Client Connections that Build Rapport, Trust and Valuable Relationships

              "A room full of strangers" is identified as our number-one fear, yet most of us have to enter rooms and face strangers on a regular basis. In this interactive session, learn how to make the most of professional and personal interactions and build connections, relationships, and business with the best-selling author of the international best-seller How to Work a Room®.

              Track: Advanced Business Strategies

              Super Session 4: Optimal Lifecycle Saving and Investing

              Life-cycle saving and investing, especially for retirement, is a matter of intense concern to millions around the world today. In the past four decades, many respected finance theorists and behavioral scientists have studied how people should and actually do make investment decisions taking account of their human capital. This presentation will suggest ways to align the practice of life-cycle investing with the latest scientific knowledge and financial technology. Among the most important innovations are guarantees against market losses and levered participation in upside gains. 

              Track: Retirement Strategies

              11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. | Super Sessions Round 2

              Super Session 5: Origin of VIX and Current Market Volatility

              Robert Whaley is an established expert in derivative contract valuation and risk management, and market operation. Professor Whaley developed the Market Volatility Index (i.e., the “VIX”) for the Chicago Board Options Exchange in 1992, the NASDAQ Market Volatility Index (i.e., the “VXN”) in 2000, and the BuyWrite Monthly Index (i.e., the “BXM”) in 2001 and co-developed the NASDAQ-OMX Alpha Indexes in 2010. During this presentation, Professor Whaley will discuss the origin of VIX and how it relates to current market volatility.

              Track: Investment Management

              • Robert Whaley,Ph.D.
                Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, Valere Blair Potter Professor of Management and Director of the Financial Markets Research Center

              Super Session 6: Why Philanthropy Matters to Your Clients and Should Matter to You

              Philanthropy is more than tax deductibility to clients and their families. Explore what clients really want from their advisors when considering their philanthropic endeavors, find out which strategies can maximize your clients philanthropic impact, and learn more about the new tools available to help advisors create meaningful relationships with charitable organizations.

              Track: Wealth Management

              Super Session 7: Strong Relationships Last Longer: Connecting with Your Clients

              To establish a firm foundation in any relationship, we all need to know what we bring to the table by being conscious of what drives us. Financial services professionals in particular will benefit from understanding and developing their own Financial EQ and how it impacts client relationships. Discover how a clear understanding of your own Financial EQ can be a valuable tool in optimizing your clients’ financial decision-making.  

              Track: Advanced Business Strategies

              Super Session 8: Challenging Conventional Wisdom on Retirement Risk with Adaptive Distribution Theory

              Do you love poking conventional wisdom in the eye? Explore the flaws of conventional thinking around retirement. Understand what to pay attention to and what to ignore by learning how to develop solutions more personalized than the 4-percent rule and deliver them in a way that will resonate with clients.

              Track: Retirement Strategies

              12:15-1:30 p.m.

              Lunch in Exhibit Hall Sponsored by Smead Capital Management

              Sponsored by: 


                1:30-2:45 p.m. | Super Sessions Round 3

                Super Session 9: Creating Retiree Cash Flows in a Low-Yield World

                In an era of still extremely low yields on cash and bonds, clients currently in retirement have been forced to take excessive risk in their portfolios in order to generate enough income to meet their needs. Find out more about the bucket approach to retiree portfolio planning and how advisors can help retirees generate cash flow from a balanced portfolio by determining how much to hold in each major asset class based on their expected annual portfolio withdrawals and their sources of income. 

                Track: Retirement Strategies

                Super Session 10: Better Client Outcomes through Extraordinary Teamwork

                Through research conducted by Cerulli Associates in partnership with the Investments & Wealth Institute and Janus Henderson Investors along with leading experts, the core elements of successful teams and their clients have been isolated. Learn how you can combine these elements to transform your team with the goal to serve clients better with extraordinary results.

                Track: Advanced Business Strategies 

                Super Session 11: Being the Go-To Advisor for the $5-$50MM Non-Profit in Your Area

                The opportunity to be the trusted advisor for small-to-mid market nonprofits and foundations is vast. In this session, we will discuss what topics of conversation need to be addressed in today’s environment with your nonprofit prospects, and how to meet their needs. We will enforce what tactics work for being invited into requests for proposals, how to position your team to win them, and how to build a successful practice in the nonprofit arena. With thousands of 501(c)3 organizations throughout the country, the ability to speak about UPMIFA, fiduciary guidelines, investment policy statements, and donor development are key differentiators for the advisor who wants to be considered.

                Track: Institutional Consulting

                Super Session 12: Attracting the Next Generation of Clients

                The millennial generation is 80-million strong and their dependence on technology, values-driven ethos, and desire for customized, convenient solutions will have a significant impact on how money is managed and financial advice is delivered. Through actionable tips and case studies, learn how to adapt your communication style, team formation, and service to better engage this next generation of clients that 88 percent of advisors agree represent a significant industry opportunity (PricewaterhouseCoopers, 2012).

                Track: Wealth Management

                3-4:15 p.m. | Super Sessions Round 4

                Super Session 13: Strategies for Managing Concentrated Wealth

                Concentrated stock positions represent a significant source of assets for corporate executives. The right counsel and recommendations can help maximize their value. Learn a range of techniques to provide needs-based strategies that can help manage, protect or liquidate a concentrated stock position and help meet client objectives.

                Track: Wealth Management

                Super Session 14: You’ve been Framed! How to Reframe your Wealth Management Business and Renew Clients Relationships

                Whether it's the firm with which you're affiliated or the types of products and services you offer, you've been "framed." Even your team may have the wrong idea. Whether you're a savvy entrepreneur already dominating your competitors or a more experienced advisor moving toward selling your practice, this session will help you proactively reframe your business and renew client relationships by growing your prospect pipeline, focusing on the next generation, and expanding your enterprise’s value.

                Track: Advanced Business Strategies

                Super Session 15: The Next Small Thing: The What, How and Why of Making Your Practice One Percent Better

                Whether you have two or 22 years of experience as a wholesaler, you have had that day in your career where you can't help feel like another suit in another office, carrying another briefcase. In this session, learn 10 actionable steps to make your practice at least one percent better by rethinking assumptions about efficiencies and habits in order to streamline the process of improving your practice.

                Track: The Art & Science of Wholesaling

                • Rob Shore
                  Wholesaler Masterminds® and shorespeak®, LLC, Founder

                Super Session 16: Vision in Action: Evolving your Business for Success

                In this interactive panel discussion, veteran advisors will share insights about how they are evolving and adapting their approaches to create better client outcomes and sustained growth in their businesses. Conversation topics will include best practices and lessons learned on managing teams, clients, and investments in an unpredictable market.

                Track: Advanced Business Strategies Track

                4:15-4:45 p.m.

                Break in Exhibit Hall

                  4:45-5:45 p.m.

                  General Session 3: Innovating Our Way Out: How Public and Private Innovation are Changing the Landscape of the World Economy

                  Innovation is occurring at the fastest pace in history, but is it fast or substantial enough to allow the world economy to grow given that debt is now three times the level of global gross domestic product (GDP)? Many have doubts and predict dire outcomes, falling stock markets, and rising unemployment. But, so far, innovation is generating new GDP, new jobs, new cash flows, and new policy stances that together are pushing markets to record highs and unemployment to record lows. Economist Malmgren will explain why she bets on innovation being the winner every time.

                  Pippa Malmgren, PhD, will be signing books in the conference bookstore inside the exhibit hall on Monday from 5:456:45 p.m.


                  5:45-7 p.m.

                  Reception in Exhibit Hall

                    Tuesday, May 08

                    Session Speakers
                    7 a.m.-7 p.m.

                    Registration/Information Desk Open

                      7-8 a.m.

                      Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

                        8-8:50 a.m. | Workshops Round 1

                        Workshop 1 | Full time slot: 8-9:50 a.m. | From Ensemble to Enterprise: The Value Drivers that Matter Most

                        As the industry undergoes transformative change, mergers and acquisitions have taken center-stage. Whether your firm is active in the mergers and acquisition space or you are considering the sale of your own firm, preparing for every transaction is the key to success. Learn the ten value drivers that matter most for sustainable growth in this fast-paced session.

                        Track: Advanced Business Strategies

                        Workshop 2: Rethinking Your Emerging Markets Exposure: Why Adding Asia Makes Sense

                        Asia’s growing dominance within the emerging market asset class is a reflection of the region’s resilience, long-term fundamental driven growth, and commitment to structural reforms. However, most U.S. investors remain structurally underweight the region. In this workshop, Matthews Asia Portfolio Strategist David Dali will discuss the opportunities within Asia and broader emerging markets within the context of today’s market environment.

                        Track: Investment Management

                        Workshop 3: Adapt, Change or Disappear

                        For hundreds of years, the views and perspectives on estate planning and inheritance went virtually unchanged. Wealth transfer was primarily done in the form of passing on skills or land as a transfer of opportunity. Parents saw inheritance as an obligation and they typically sacrificed their own lifestyle and standard of living to transfer additional assets to successive generations. Beginning with the Baby Boomer generation, these views have begun to fundamentally shift. Examine changing views on wealth in the marketplace and how these changes are affecting planning in this session, which offers practical recommendations on how to adapt to the changing landscape and meet the goals of a new and different client.

                        Track: Wealth Management

                        Workshop 4: Beyond the Headlines: Modeling the Most Successful Financial Advisor Transitions

                        Financial advisor movement among brokerage and advisory firms are some of the most frequent headlines in the trade press. But we’re far more likely to read about the problems and failures than the successful, seamless transitions. In this workshop, discover the latest evolution of employment transitions in the securities industry and how it impacts business decisions, such as hiring, recruiting, data protection, and whether to stay or go.

                        Track: Advanced Business Strategies

                        Workshop 5: Achieving Outcomes with Alternatives: An Institutional Approach with the New Breed of Alternative Investments

                        In this session, evaluate alternative investments from an outcome-oriented perspective by taking a deeper-dive into the various types of alternative investments, and suggested frameworks to meet institutional needs from spending policy to retirement income. Through data, see how some of the biggest institutions are allocating to alternative investments and learn why now is a good time for alternative investments, and how advisors can use alternative investments to build better portfolios.

                        Track: Institutional Management

                        Workshop 6: Managing and Minimizing Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) Obligations

                        Congress created tax-preferenced retirement accounts specifically to help encourage people to save for, and in part to subsidize the cost of, retirement. The good news is that trillions of dollars have been saved, but  the “bad” news is that for those who don’t actually need to use all the money, Congress eventually forces it out, through the so-called Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) rules. In this session, we explore in detail exactly how RMDs work, when they may be delayed, how to determine the Applicable Distribution Period, the special issues that crop up when annuities are held in retirement accounts, when to accelerate distributions, and how to coordinate RMDS with charitable giving.

                        • Michael Kitces
                          Pinnacle Advisory Group, Partner and Director of Research
                        9-9:50 a.m. | Workshops Round 2

                        Concurrent Workshops 7-11, Repeats Round 1 with exception of Workshop 1

                          9:50-10:20 a.m.

                          Break in Exhibit Hall

                            10:20-11:10 a.m. | Workshops Round 3

                            Workshop 12 | Full time slot: 10:20 a.m.-12:10 p.m.| Transition Planning for Advisors: Succession and M&A

                            Better understand the lifecycle and building blocks of succession planning, and make the process of executing a merger, sale, and succession more efficient for you and your clients. This workshop will cover the fundamentals of valuation and deal structure, while also engaging in exercises directly related to structuring a successful transition.

                            Track: Advanced Business Strategies 

                            • David DeVoe
                              DeVoe & Company, Founder and Managing Director

                            Workshop 13: The Reports of the Death of Wholesaling Have Been Greatly Exaggerated!

                            Feeling in a rut? Looking for new ideas? Want to hear from other successful wholesalers? In this fast-paced session, Frank Maselli, Denise St. Ivany, and Charles Nanick, who combined have more than 50 years of carrying the bag, will share their wealth of experience and knowledge to improve your wholesaling practice..

                            Track: The Art & Science of Wholesaling

                            • Frank Maselli
                              The Maselli Group, Best-Selling Author and Industry Expert
                            • Chuck Nanick
                              Natixis Global Asset Management, Vice President and Managing Director
                            • Denise St. Ivany
                              Macquarie Investment Solutions, Eastern division manager

                            Workshop 14: Catastrophic Natural Disasters: How Can Families Best Protect Themselves?

                            Catastrophic events impact families in many ways. Delve into the approach into the approach families can take to protect themselves from catastrophes and explore data that offers risk management program insight through claim stories that illustrate the importance of establishing insurance standards.

                            Track: Wealth Management

                            • Diane Giles
                              Marsh Private Client Services, Northeast business development executive

                            Workshop 15: Technology: A Tailwind for the Advisory Industry

                            Wealth managers are facing disruptive innovation from new and emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, chatbots, and more. The future of these firms will be led by bionic relationships—sales, and service managers who leverage cognitive and analytics solutions to better serve their clients’ needs and serve them at scale. Given this sweeping and disruptive wave of change, learn how the industry will make changes and evolve to meet the needs of the future.

                            Track: Advanced Business Strategies

                            Workshop 16: Cybercurrencies as an Investible Asset Class

                            Despite recent volatility, cryptocurrencies are the rage, with combined market capitalization approaching $300 billion and the rate of return of 2017’s top 10 currencies at more than 700 percent. Clients of traditional asset managers are asking how they can participate in cryptocurrencies, initial coin offerings, or even investments in private blockchains. Get up-to-speed on cryptocurrencies and learn the potential role they may play in your clients’ portfolios.

                            Track: Investment Management

                            Workshop 17: Retirement Readiness Is More Than a 401(k) Balance

                            As more advisors become fiduciaries, it is imperative that advisors discuss healthcare costs and how they can affect retirement readiness. One way to do this is to help your clients understand health savings accounts (HSAs). Learn how to best talk with clients (employers and employees) about this important subject and how you can help them save more for retirement.

                            Track: Retirement Strategies

                            11:20 a.m.-12:10 p.m. | Workshops Round 4

                            Concurrent Workshops 18-22, Repeats Round 3 with exception of Workshop 12

                              12:15-1:45 p.m.

                              General Session 4: Five Structural Reforms to Get the Economy Back on Track & Lunch Sponsored by Capital Group, home of American Funds

                              The greatest challenge for the United States is sub-par long-term growth. Poor growth need not be the new normal. Instead, the problems facing the United States are largely self-inflicted in the form of poor policy choices. Five reforms—regulatory reform, tax reform, entitlement reform, education reform, and immigration reform—can restore access to the American Dream. This session will outline the need for these reforms, assess where we stand on the regulatory and tax front in light of efforts by the Trump administration and Congress, and outline the best path forward on the remainder of the agenda.

                              Sponsored by: 



                              1:45-2:30 p.m.

                              Dessert Reception in Exhibit Hall

                                2:30-3:20 p.m. | Workshops Round 5

                                Workshop 23: Mitigate & Manage Risk: How and Why Advisors Use Options for Yield and Protection

                                Many investors and advisors may look for ways to reduce volatility in their portfolios by employing options strategies. Find out how options strategies can be used to add diversity, reduce risk, and add income to your clients’ portfolios.

                                Track: Investment Management

                                Workshop 24: The Changing Landscape of Wholesaling

                                Over the past 10 years, the art of wholesaling has seen a dramatic change. The U.S. Department of Labor, registered investment advisor gatekeepers, and outsourced chief investment officers (to name a few) have all changed the rules of engagement. And, more change is coming. Are you preparing for the future? Join us to discuss current and future trends of the craft of helping financial advisors.

                                Track: The Art & Science of Wholesaling

                                Workshop 25: The Discovery Process: Driving Client Engagement

                                This session will explore strategies for a family discovery process that is uniquely designed to provide clients with customized solutions around wealth transfers and socially responsible strategies.

                                Track: Wealth Management

                                Workshop 26: Advisory Pricing - Best Practices

                                Grow your advisory business by becoming a better consulting practitioner around fees, fee positioning, and fee conversations. Through real world examples and best practices gleaned from top consulting practitioners, workshop participants will learn the keys to confidence and conviction, owning the services you offer, how to master the art of discovery, and advantages you provide for your clients.

                                Track: Advanced Business Strategies

                                Workshop 27: Venture Capital: De-risking, De-mystifying and Democratization

                                Venture capital historically has been a top-performing asset class, benefiting from growth in technology and innovation, and from the illiquidity premium. In this session, advisors will learn how venture capital as an asset class can be de-risked if investors conduct due diligence, have considerable domain expertise, and implement post-deal stewardship. While access to venture capital funds is generally limited to select institutions, learn how democratization in the form of lower minimums and increased liquidity can enable more accredited investors to utilize this attractive asset class.

                                Track: Investment Management

                                Workshop 28: Navigating Volatile Markets with Dynamic Rebalancing

                                Market volatility causes even the most established institutional investors to question whether they should stay the course or make allocation changes. Relying on common, static decision-making processes can work against investors, particularly during periods of increased risk. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to a dynamic rebalancing methodology to potentially improve investment outcomes while supporting good governance.

                                Track: Institutional Consulting

                                3:30-4:20 p.m. | Workshops Round 6

                                Concurrent Workshops 29-34, Repeats Round 5

                                  4:40-5:40 p.m.

                                  General Session 5: The New Neuroscience of Doubling Production: The Latest Insights, Tools, Tech and Tactics

                                  Today’s firms and reps are failing to effectively connect with current clients because their methods have not kept pace with broad and dramatic shifts in attitudes, expectations, and values. Small changes can grow an advisor’s practice through a shift in language, tactics, tools, and mindset—leading to a renewed ability to connect persuasively with clients. Cooper combines his groundbreaking neuroscience research with hands-on experience to deliver new, ultra-practical tools that record-setting, trusted advisors have used to double production in their investment and wealth advisory practices.

                                  Robert Cooper, PhD, will be signing books in the conference bookstore inside the exhibit hall on Tuesday from 5:406:40 p.m.

                                  5:40-7 p.m.

                                  Reception in Exhibit Hall

                                    Wednesday, May 09

                                    Session Speakers
                                    7-11 a.m.

                                    Registration/Information Desk Open

                                      7-8 a.m.

                                      Breakfast in Exhibit Hall

                                        8-9 a.m.

                                        General Session 6: The Psychology of Money for Investment & Wealth Advisors

                                        Irrationalities influence everyday behavior, including the choices we make when it comes to pricing and the effects that expectations have on our decisions. Using basic behavioral economic principles, Ariely will share with investment and wealth advisors how they can help their clients make better investment decisions by discussing how we view risk and are influenced by contextual factors and emotions.

                                        • Dan Ariely, Ph.D.
                                          Duke University, James B. Duke Professor of Psychology & Behavioral Economics
                                        9-9:30 a.m.

                                        Break in Exhibit Hall

                                          9:30-10:30 a.m.

                                          General Session 7: Investing in Honesty: Opportunities and Challenges in Ethical Decisions

                                          Trust is a key pillar of the investment and wealth management industry and of the economic system overall. Wagner argues that by incorporating insights from finance, psychology, and ethics research on drivers and consequences of honesty and deception, investment and wealth management professionals can more effectively fulfill their function as advisors and intermediaries—and be more successful.

                                          Add Pre-Conference Workshops to Maximize Your CE

                                          Don't forget to register for pre-conference workshops to maximize the number of CE credits you will earn at this year's Annual Conference Experience-ACE Nashville. See schedule for details.