Find out what America’s investing and personal finance experts predict for the future. Come to TIAA-CREF’s 1999 satellite teleconference, “Financial Strategies for a New Century,” from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, in Room 305, O’Shaughnessy Educational Center.
From online stock trades to global cash flows, the way people manage money today is changing fast. How do you build and protect assets? Do last year’s strategies still make sense today? Get tips from America’s experts.
The panelists for this year’s teleconference are:
- Chris Farrell, co-host and economics editor, National Public Radio’s “Sound Money” program
- Martin Leibowitz, TIAA-CREF’s vice chairman and chief investment officer
- William Sharpe, 1990 Nobel laureate in economics, Stanford University
- Teresa Tritch, senior editor, Money magazine
As in the past, the purpose of the teleconference is to help employees recognize the need to save and to enable them to make sound decisions about their retirement benefits. The moderator will be NBC News correspondent Cassandra Clayton.
For more information and to register, please call St. Thomas’ Training and Development, (651) 962-6900. There is no cost to attend. Beverages will be provided.