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NH Regional Meeting
May 24 @ 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
1 Spartan Way, Merrimack, NH
|Registration/Networking||9:30 - 10:00|
|Seeking to Optimize Corporate Liqudity||10:00-11:00|
|2018 Public Policy and Political Outlook||11:00-12:00|
|Bagged Lunch and Departure||12:00-1:00|
Seeking to Optimize Corporate Liquidity
presented by Kerry Pope, Institutional Portfolio Manager, Fidelity Investments
Fidelity Investments Institutional Portfolio Manager Kerry Pope will offer insight on balancing safety, liquidity and return through aligning liquidity segments with appropriate investment objectives and constraints that prudently structure corporate liquidity to opportunistically benefit from a shifting environment in which products, rates and regulations continue to evolve.
Prudent liquidity management starts with cash forecasting that drives liquidity segmentation. Once the segments are defined, investment objectives and constraints are aligned to create the basis of a strong investment policy. To further strengthen participants’ understanding, Kerry will explore the applicability of investment alternatives with specific focus on prime money market and ultra-short bond funds. During the presentation, Fidelity will examine product risks and explore total return as a performance measure.
While a general overview may suffice for many topics, the devil is in the details regarding the management of corporate liquidity. Understanding the fine nuances within the liquidity markets may enable corporate managers to better assess the risk/return dynamics of these strategic liquidity alternatives.
2018 Public Policy and Political Outlook
presented by Gary Blank, SVP, Communications, Public Affairs & Policy, Fidelity Investments
The presentation will would touch upon politics, an update on key policy priorities, and the impact of the current administration on key financial regulatory/legislative issues.
Members: No Charge
|Approved for up to 2.4 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
|Approved for up to 2.4 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|