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Focus on Advising the Great Wealth Transfer On-demand

Focus on Advising the Great Wealth Transfer On-demand

A new generation of investors brings new attitudes and expectations to the wealth management industry, while at the same time advisors are aging and leaving the industry faster than firms are replacing them. These two demographic trends can disrupt established client-advisor relationships, potentially putting your advisory practice at risk. Join our industry experts as they share a framework to handle the generational wealth transfer with these presentations recorded at our Focus on Advising the Great Wealth Transfer event, held in November 2018. 

Included Sessions

Session Title Speaker CE Credit
All in the Family: Managing Legacy Wealth Jan Blakeley Holman 1
Does Gender Influence the Selection of a Financial Advisor Marquette Payton & Matt Sommer 1
How Advisors Should Talk to Millennial Clients Sara Grillo 1
Estate and Charitable Planning Under the 2017 Tax Act Jon Bergner 1

Registration & Fees (USD)

  • $249 Member
  • $449 Join & Learn

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Continuing Education

Learners must watch each session in its entirety to receive continuing education (CE) credit. Credit is awarded one-time, upon successful completion of the full program. The following entities have accepted it for CE credit:

Investments & Wealth Institute®

  • 4 hours of CE credit for CIMA®, CPWA®, and RMASM certifications 
  • Automatically uploaded upon completion of the full program (can take up to 24 hours to be reflected)

Expiration

This program is available for viewing online through December 31, 2019, regardless of the date purchased.

Access Instructions

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