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FIF Quarterly Event: The Future of Retail Brokerage: Challenges and Opportunities

FIF Quarterly Event: The Future of Retail Brokerage: Challenges and Opportunities
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Sponsored by: Scivantage
Tavern on the Green, Central Park at West 67th Street, New York, NY, 10023

We would like to thank Scivantage for sponsoring the FIF Quarterly Event: The Future of Retail Brokerage - Challenges and Opportunities.

Discussion topics include:

  • Satisfying a diverse client base, e.g., active traders, financial advisers, private clients, online investors
  • Challenges involved in bringing about changes resulting from new regulations and industry projects
  • Complying with new cost basis reporting requirements
  • Options Symbology Initiative effect on Retail Client
  • Integrating mobile technology
  • Streamlining client on-boarding
  • Educating client on new regulations and resulting system changes

Agenda

  • Welcome - Cameron Routh, Senior Vice President, Strategic Products, Scivantage
  • FIF Quarterly Update - Arsalan Shahid, Manager, Financial Information Forum
  • Panel Discussion:
    • Martin Bentsen, Chief Operating Officer, Computer Research, Inc.
    • Rance Masheck, Director, Brokerage Integration, TD Ameritrade
    • Tom Jordan, President & CEO, Jordan & Jordan (Moderator)
  • Meeting Conclusion/Adjournment - Leo McBlain, Chairman, Financial Information Forum
    • Adjourned to networking reception

Event Details:

Event Date Thursday, Sep 10, 2009 12:00 pm
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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