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Monday, April 30, 2018

Week in Preview, April 30-May 6

Reported by Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

The Association of Investment Management Sales Executives' (AIMSE) 41st annual AIMSE Marketing & Sales Conference continues today. The three-day event is being held at the National Doral in Miami, Florida, and kicked off yesterday with golf and receptions. Sessions begin this morning, and speakers scheduled to appear include: Toni Cornelius of the Toigo Foundation; Steve Mazan, comedian; John Molesphini of eVestment; and many others. The conference has a number of sponsors, including: Callan, eVestment, MandateWire, and Satuit Technologies.

Also today, Lisa Wesolek is stepping down as chief operating officer of Diamond Hill Capital Management. She will retire from the company on December 31.

Also today, Dalia Blass, director of the investment management division of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), is delivering the keynote speech at the Practicing Law Institute's Investment Management Institute 2018 at PLI's New York Center in Manhattan.

Tomorrow is the deadline for nominations for the inaugural Diversity & Inclusion Awards from Crain's InvestmentNews. Both individual and firm awards are included.

Also tomorrow, the Joint Venture Events Group team will host their fourth annual Liquid Alternative Strategies Summit. The event will be held at the Convene Conference Center in Times Square in New York City and is being co-chaired by Greg Bassuk, managing director and head of liquid alternative strategies at FS Investments, and Rick Lake, co-founder and co-chairman of Lake Partners. Speakers scheduled to appear include: Rudy Aguilera, CIO and PM at Ironclad Investments; Max Bodoia, CEO of CryptoIndex Capital Management; Salvatore Bruno, CIO and managing director of IndexIQ; Cynthia Crandall, vice president and senior investment analyst at Envestnet; Joshua Emanuel, CIO at Wilshire Funds Management; Robert Gordon, president of Twenty-First Securities; Paul Korngiebel, PM at Boston Partners; Yung-Shin Kung, managing director at Credit Suisse; Samuel Lau of DoubleLine; Greg Miller, founder, CEO and PM at Wellesley Asset Management; Ali Motamed, managing partner of Invenomic Capital Management; Gino Nucci, managing director of client service for fixed income at TCW; Will Rhind, founder and CEO of GraniteShares; Anshul Sharma, managing director and head of alternative investment strategy at BofA; James Velissaris, CIO at Infinity Q Capital Management; and Michael Zinkand, executive director of fund strategy at FS.

Also tomorrow in midtown Manhattan, the Broadridge and Cogent teams are hosting a breakfast roundtable forum for fundsters. Titled "Where's Money Flowing and Why? The Latest Retail Distribution Trends Uncovered," the event will be held at the Convene on Park Avenue. Speakers scheduled to appear include: Dan Cwenar, president of data and analytics at Broadridge; Brian Foote, vice president of U.S. distribution solutions at Broadridge; Will Mayne, senior director of global insights at Broadridge; Frank Polefrone, senior vice president of global insights at Broadridge; Meredith Rice, vice president of Cogent Reports at Market Strategies International; and Jeff Tjornehoj, director of fund insights at Broadridge.

On Wednesday Crain's InvestmentNews team will host a Women Adviser Summit at the Westin Chicago River North. Speakers scheduled to appear include: Finka Jerkovic, leadership empowerment coach at FINKA Communications; Susan Kay, vice president and director of business development at MFS; Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, founder of KBK Wealth Connection; Julie Littlechild, founder of Absolute Engagement; Suzanne Siracuse, vice president and publisher of InvestmentNews; Michelle Thetford, vice president of advisor services, client strategic solutions at Charles Schwab; and many others.

Also on Wednesday, Ryan Kirlin, head of capital markets at Alpha Architect, will speak to the the New York City Chapter of the American Association of Individual Investors (AAII). The evening event, titled "Factor Investing and ETFs," will be held at the Community Center at St. Jean de Baptiste Church in New York City.

Also on Wednesday, SEC Chairman Jay Clayton will speak on "the Evolving Markets for Retail Investment Services and Forward Looking Regulation" at Temple University in Philadelphia.

On Thursday the Broadridge and Cogent teams will bring their breakfast roundtable forum to Boston, the Convene on Washington Street.

Also on Thursday in Boston, the teams at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay and Crain's InvestmentNews will host their Health and Wealth Leadership Forum: Investing For Longevity. The afternoon and evening event, which will take place at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, is Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay's 20th anniversary leadership forum for "securities industry professionals." Speakers scheduled to appear include: Chuck Bean, founder and CEO of Heritage Financial Services; Wendy Benson, vice president and COO of MassMutual; Debra Brede, founder of D.K. Brede Investment Management Company; Bill Connolly, co-head of global distribution at Putnam; Joseph Coughlin, director of the MIT AgeLab; Robert DeChellis, president and chief strategist of Allianz Exchange; Lisa Dolly, CEO of Pershing; John Hyland, founder and managing director of Private Advisor Group; Jim Jessee, strategic advisor and former co-head of global distribution at MFS; Susan Kaplan, president of Kaplan Financial Services; Sanjiv Mirchandani, president of Fidelity Clearing & Custody Solutions; Ed Murphy, president of Empower Retirement; Lorna Sabbia, head of retirement and personal wealth solutions at Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Payson Swaffield, chief income investment officer at Eaton Vance; Ted Truscott, CEO of Columbia Threadneedle; and Mark Wiedman, global head of iShares and index investments at BlackRock. Charlie Baker, governor of Massachusetts, will deliver the keynote speech, and Gord Kluzak, managing director at Goldman Sachs, will emcee and present the "John B. Pearson Excellence in Mentoring Award" to Jessee. Sponsors of the event include: BlackRock, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Columbia Threadneedle, Emirates, Fidelity, John Hancock Investments, Ladenburg Thalmann, MFS, Natixis, and Putnam. All proceeds from the event will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay.

On Friday voting closes for ExchangeTradedFunds.com's 14th annual Global ETF Awards. The winners will be revealed at the 14th annual Global ETF Awards Dinner on June 14.

On Sunday the Investments & Wealth Institute team will kick off their 2018 Annual Conference Experience with a keynote speech from psychologist Daniel Goleman and an opening reception. 1,500 people are expected to attend the four-day event at Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Big sponsors include Capital Group, Nationwide, Russell, and TD Ameritrade.

This week on the defined contribution side of the industry, the teams at Hynes Associates, InvestmentNews, Pensions & Investments, the Plan Sponsor Council of America (PSCA), and the Stable Value Investment Association (SVIA) are all hosting events. Our sister publication, 401kWire, has more details

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