2012 Alternative Investments Conference
Investors are eager to explore new approaches in today's uncertain and volatile market environment. Many advisers are turning to alternative investment products and strategies for solutions.
The InvestmentNews 2012 Alternative Investments Conference showed how advisers can make the most of these opportunities for their clients.
Our editors and leading experts from across the industry explored:
- Mutual fund strategies that were once limited to hedge funds.
- New structures and vehicles to complement existing portfolios.
- Proven institutional strategies for individual investors.
- Best practices for communicating opportunities to clients.
and by IMCA for 16 CIMA®/CIMC®/CPWA® CE credits.
Assistant managing editor Lorie Konish speaks with contributing editor Mary Beth Franklin about the unique planning considerations for women as they prepare for income needs later in life.
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