Forum for Institutional Investors: Protecting Shareholder Rights; New Orleans, LA — April 10-13, 2019
PROTECTING SHAREHOLDER RIGHTS
Our Forum is designed to help fiduciaries enhance their knowledge of the US securities markets and deepen their understanding of fiduciary responsibilities. We will also explore important issues of shareholder rights, corporate governance, and securities litigation that affect pension funds today.
One of the premier educational conferences in the field, the Forum brings together representatives of public pension systems, Taft-Hartley funds, and other institutional investors from around the globe with experts from corporate America, finance, the law, academia, and the media in a relaxed, collegial setting. The educational sessions will provide a valuable learning experience, while the evening events at various New Orleans’ landmarks will be the backdrop for excellent opportunities to interact with colleagues and friends.
Our Keynote Speakers
Adm. Mike Mullen
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, lawyer
and government advisor
Former United States Attorney
for the Southern District of New York
About the Program
We invite administrators, trustees, directors, fund counsel and other leaders of the institutional investor community to join us for our 2019 Forum. Our seminar will feature notable keynote speakers, as well as analysis and panel discussions from a broad array of industry officials and experts — including executive directors, business managers, trustees and fund counsel — on a variety of topics relevant to fiduciaries:
For more information, please contact Amanda Rekemeier, Director of Client Relations,
at email@example.com or at (212) 554-1451 with any questions.
About the Venues
The National WWII Museum will host educational portions of the Forum. Located in New Orleans’ historic Warehouse District, the museum tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world.
Sessions will also be held at the renowned Arnaud’s Restaurant in the colorful French Quarter.
In addition, the Pontchartrain Hotel — the “Grande Dame” of New Orleans hotels — will host breakfast/brunch roundtables on a variety of industry topics and updates on ongoing major litigations.
The registration fee for this seminar is $625 per person.
The registration fee is intended to cover meals and entertainment in conformity with many jurisdictions' gift/gratuity limitations or restrictions, and represents our best estimate at the pre-event stage. If you are not governed by these restrictions, you may choose the "Registration fee waiver" option provided on the online registration form.
For qualified institutional investors from the United Kingdom and Europe, the registration is automatically waived unless required by your jurisdiction.
BLB&G has reserved blocks of rooms at two nearby hotels:
Hotel Indigo (877-394-5763)
Block code: BLB
April 10-11: $149 per night
April 12: $159 per night
Click here to reserve a room online.
King or queen rooms available.
Hampton Inn – Garden District (504-899-9990)
Block code: BLB
April 10-11: $159 night
April 12: $179 per night