September 25, 2009
Written by Erin Hawes
A Texas Tech University associate professor will speak about the financial turmoil in the baby boomer generation and how this past year’s economy will affect retirement decisions as well as how business people can meet the needs of those moving forward.
Deena Katz has been invited to speak at the Tiburon CEO Summit XVII.
The financial summit will take place Oct. 7-8 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in San Francisco.
The event will cover the financial industry and will feature many prominent CEO’s including Charles Schwab, The Charles Schwab Corporation, Jon Baum, The Dreyfus Corporation, Fred Jonske M Financial Group and Andrew Rudd, Advisor Software.
Tibureron’s CEO summits provide a unique opportunity for senior executives to discuss a broad range of issues regarding the future of banking, brokerage, investments, insurance and wealth management businesses.
The summits generally last two to three days and focus on in-depth discussions of Tiburon research through guest presentations, panel discussions and break-out sessions. The guest speakers usually support themes focusing on consumer needs and challenging conventional wisdom.
CONTACT: Deena Katz, associate professor, Division of Personal Financial Planning, Texas Tech University, (806) 742-5050, or firstname.lastname@example.org