May 15, 2012
Come Join Us at the NIBA NYC Conference
The National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) has been gracious enough to invite linkedFA to come and speak at their NYC Conference June 7-8th at the Le Parker Meridien Hotel. For those of you who are unfamiliar, NIBA is a not-for-profit organization for national, regional and independent broker dealers, investment banking firms, investment advisors, and related capital market service providers (i.e. most of our linkedFA members).
We welcome everyone who works in the banking industry and follows linkedFA to come out and see us. Both myself and Co-founder Stephen Prosser will be speaking about social networking in the financial industry and how linkedFA intends on continuing to grow to meet the needs of the market. Between new regulations and interesting new solutions, social media for the financial industry has been through some unique twists and turns in the last couple years. While many solutions have failed, our top-to-bottom social networking site has thrived and continued to grow faster than ever.
For those of you closely following the recently enacted JOBS Act, especially the crowd-funding provisions, will be excited to hear that Michael Fugler, global expert and speaker on Entrepreneurship, will be hosting an educational session specifically on these topics. I personally believe it is important for everyone in the space to become as knowledgeable as possible about these game-changing policies in order to stay at the top of the food chain!
In addition to linkedFA, there will be over 20 other companies from very diverse industries there to discuss their approach to perceived industry needs.
if you would like to attend, we have come to an agreement with NIBA to allow the first 25 of our members to register for free by entering "linkedFA" along with your CRD number into the field titled "Promotion Code or Special Request" to receive the discount. As these spaces have been filling quickly, if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of not being in the first 25, all subsequent registrations can still registered at the half-cost of $175 (regularly $350).
For more information you can go here.
For those of you that live or work in Manhattan, or may be in town during the dates of the meeting, we would love to see you attend and get to know our more of our members in person!
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