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Hosted by Northeast Florida FPA

2022 Annual Conference



Thank you for attending FPA of Northeast Florida's Annual Conference. We hope you enjoyed the day, reconnected with colleagues , visited with our chapter resource partners, and increased your professional knowledge base.

Use the links below to download the presentation materials that have been made available.. Not all session materials are present.


Insights on the Economy with Russell Price

Emergency Continuity Planning with Peachie Thompson and panelists

ETFs with Haris Heto

Top Gun Technical Analysis with Mike Hurley

Fixed Income with Tim Paulson

Sessions with Derek Tharp

Thursday, October 6, 2022
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Location

University of North Florida
Herbert University Center
12000 Alumni Dr
Jacksonville   FL   32224
 
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Agenda

 

Oct 6 2022 8:15AM


Registration and Networking Breakfast with Chapter Resource Partners


Arrive early enough to pick-up your registration package, have a cup of java, a little something to eat and enjoy this opportunity to network with like-minded professionals. Remember to be prepared to show you photo ID when registering.



Russell T. Price, CFA
Chief Economist
Ameriprise Financial Services

Oct 6 2022 9:00AM


Insights on the Economy


For the first time in a generation, investors are facing sustained higher inflation. What does this mean for the economy, the markets, investors, and advisor strategies? Ameriprise Chief Economist Russell Price shares his insights on the economy and gives his forecast for the near future.

This session is sponsored by Ameriprise.

Accepted for one (1) hour continuing education by CFP Board. Credits may also be applied toward professional recertification requirement for CAP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP®, CLF®, CASL®, ChSNC®, FSCP®, and WMCP®. Credits may also be applied toward recertification requirements for AAMS®, ADPA®, ABFP, APMA®, CRPC®, CRPS®, SCRIC®, FPQP®, LUTCF®, WMS®.


Oct 6 2022 9:55AM


Flash 15 with Chapter Resource Partners


Take this opportunity to have a great conversation with our our chapter resource partners. We encourage you to visit with our chapter partners and have meaningful conversations with them.

Thank them. They are here to help you succeed and to be a resource for you.



Michael P. Cogswell, JD, LLM (Tax)
Senior Consultant
PIMCO

Oct 6 2022 10:15AM


Year-End Planning Strategies


Clients expect their advisors to proactively provide advice that helps to organize their complex financial affairs and delivers experiential alpha. Tax planning continues to be a key way to add value to client relationships, and the changes in laws in recent years make it even more important for financial professionals to keep up with the best strategies. This session will provide several actionable planning strategies in the areas of tax planning, charitable giving, retirement and portfolio management.

Identify a checklist of planning strategies appropriate for year-end discussions • Enhance your knowledge in these planning areas • Add value to client relationships by providing an organized and timely service

This session is sponsored by PIMCO.

Accepted for one (1) hour continuing education by CFP Board. Credits may also be applied toward professional recertification requirement for CAP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP®, CLF®, CASL®, ChSNC®, FSCP®, and WMCP®. Credits may also be applied toward recertification requirements for AAMS®, ADPA®, ABFP, APMA®, CRPC®, CRPS®, SCRIC®, FPQP®, LUTCF®, WMS®.



Derek Tharp, PhD, CFP®, CLU®, RIPC®
University of Southern Main

Oct 6 2022 11:15AM


Rethinking Monte Carlo Results for Better Client Conversations


The Monte Carlo analysis is a great financial planning tool, but it is not without its drawbacks. For instance, it is uni-dimensional, focusing only on the probability of success. And certainly, success is good, but the Monte Carlo does not ensure success nor does it tell a client what to do when the plan is no longer successful, which is the larger issue. Join us for this month’s webinar and learn how to adapt the Monte Carlo analysis, making it more useful and tangible for clients. Advisors will learn practical conversation tips and approaches for working with clients and begin to think about the Monte Carlo analysis in a new light.

Accepted for one (1) hour continuing education by CFP Board. Credits may also be applied toward professional recertification requirement for CAP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP®, CLF®, CASL®, ChSNC®, FSCP®, and WMCP®. Credits may also be applied toward recertification requirements for AAMS®, ADPA®, ABFP, APMA®, CRPC®, CRPS®, SCRIC®, FPQP®, LUTCF®, WMS®.


Oct 6 2022 11:15AM


Value Investing in the Modern Economy


In ever-changing market environments, financial advisors are tasked with finding the right strategies to grow their client’s portfolios and provide the best guidance. The answer may be to focus on high quality. But has the world changed when it comes to value investing?

This session is sponsors by Pacer ETF.



Marshall C. Gallop, CRMP, NMLS# 450841
Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional - CRMP
Reverse Mortgage Funding (RMF)

Oct 6 2022 12:15PM


Luncheon and Sponsor Spotlight with RMF


One of the most overlooked and underutilized strategies to combat inflation in retirement is home wealth. However, most advisors and clients shy away from conversations around mortgage planning.

This sponsor spotlight focuses on the HECM - the "swiss army knife" of retirement income planning. Instead of using a reverse mortgage towards the end of one’s retirement when assets might be dwindling, strategic use of a reverse mortgage closer to the front end of one’s retirement could be even more beneficial.



Derek Tharp, PhD, CFP®, CLU®, RIPC®
University of Southern Main

Oct 6 2022 1:00PM


How Real Retirement Spending Patterns Change Traditional Withdrawal Strategies


A growing volume of research studying the actual spending habits of retirees is revealing that commonly-held assumptions about retirement spending may not be entirely appropriate after all. Retirees may not actually need to be saving as much, or accumulating as large of a nest egg, when advisors take a more nuanced and accurate representation of how retirement spending levels change over time.

Accepted for one (1) hour continuing education by CFP Board. Credits may also be applied toward professional recertification requirement for CAP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP®, CLF®, CASL®, ChSNC®, FSCP®, and WMCP®. Credits may also be applied toward recertification requirements for AAMS®, ADPA®, ABFP, APMA®, CRPC®, CRPS®, SCRIC®, FPQP®, LUTCF®, WMS®.



Mike Hurley, CMT
Chief Investment Officer and Portfolio Manager
NexPoint Advisors, LP

Oct 6 2022 2:00PM


Top Gun Technical Analysis


Technical analysists and fundamental analysists attempt to solve the same problem, that is, to determine the direction market prices are likely to move. They just approach the problem from different directions. The fundamentalist studies the cause of market movement, while the technician studies the effect.

In this session one best and most respected Technical Analyst talks about how different turning points in the stock market have been led by breadth deterioration (at tops) and breadth improvement (at bottoms). And, get his take on what’s to come.


This session is sponsored by NexPoint.
Application for continuing education has been filed with CFP Board.



Timothy Paulson, MBA
Investment Strategist
Lord Abbett

Oct 6 2022 2:00PM


Where to Find a Real Rate of Return in Fixed Income


The path to getting to higher benchmark yields has certainly been an arduous one for fixed-income investors. But many opportunities have surfaced for strategically minded investors as a result.

Advisors will learn about catching potential hazards (beyond the usual suspects) in a rising rate environment, selecting the right portfolio structure, looking forward vs. backward, identifying and capitalizing on opportunities, and the outlook for the remainder of the year and beyond.

Accepted for one (1) hour continuing education by CFP Board. Credits may also be applied toward professional recertification requirement for CAP®, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP®, CLF®, CASL®, ChSNC®, FSCP®, and WMCP®. Credits may also be applied toward recertification requirements for AAMS®, ADPA®, ABFP, APMA®, CRPC®, CRPS®, SCRIC®, FPQP®, LUTCF®, WMS®.


Oct 6 2022 2:55PM


Flash 15 with Chapter Resource Partners


Take the opportunity to network with your colleagues and visit with our chapter resource partners. Check in with your office for messages, but take the time to connect with your peers, too. Next session begins promptly at 3:10 PM



Peachie G. Thompson, AALU, ALMI, ACS
Chief Executive Officer
Peach Insurance Services, LLC

Oct 6 2022 3:10PM


Emergency Continuity Planning for Advisors


As a financial planner, you ask the proverbial question “what would happen if you were hit by a bus?” It’s hard to think about, but every year, an advisor you know dies unexpectedly without a succession plan or a financial plan for their family. What would happen to your financial planning practice in the event of your death or disability? Who would service your clients? Would your family receive value from the business you’ve built?

Industry expert Peachie Thompson leads a panel of financial industry professionals as they talk about a real-life case study. Hear the story of a financial advisor and understand why advisors need a continuity plan, the role of insurance plays in the process as well as the legal considerations you must know. Peachie is joined by Bridget Grimes (president of Wealth Choice and founder of Equita), Brooklyn Brock (founder of Ellevate Advisors), Jonah Toleno (partner at Shustak, Reynolds & Partners).

Application for continuing education has been filed with CFP Board.



Sessions

Continuing Education, per session, show accepted hours, or info about CE status. Hover over hours or info for details.


DateCourse Title/DescriptionStartCFP®
Oct 6, 2022 Registration and Networking Breakfast with Chapter Resource Partners Registration 8:15 A
Insights on the Economy Russell T. Price, CFA 9:00 A 1.00
Flash 15 with Chapter Resource Partners Networking Break 9:55 A
Year-End Planning Strategies Michael P. Cogswell, JD, LLM (Tax) 10:15 A 1.00
Rethinking Monte Carlo Results for Better Client Conversations Derek Tharp, PhD, CFP®, CLU®, RIPC® 11:15 A 1.00
Value Investing in the Modern Economy 1.00
Luncheon and Sponsor Spotlight with RMF Marshall C. Gallop, CRMP, NMLS# 450841 12:15 P
How Real Retirement Spending Patterns Change Traditional Withdrawal Strategies Derek Tharp, PhD, CFP®, CLU®, RIPC® 1:00 P 1.00
Top Gun Technical Analysis Mike Hurley, CMT 2:00 P 1.00
Where to Find a Real Rate of Return in Fixed Income Timothy Paulson, MBA 1.00
Flash 15 with Chapter Resource Partners Networking Break 2:55 P
Emergency Continuity Planning for Advisors Peachie G. Thompson, AALU, ALMI, ACS 3:10 P