Alliance for Investor Education and the PIABA Foundation is Hosting an Educational Conference about Securing Investors’ Financial Futures
The National Investor Town Hall Meeting is a day-long series of presentations, free to the public, aimed at educating investors about the risks and rewards of financial investing. It will be held on October 29, 2016 at the Rancho Bernado Inn in San Diego, California. Many respected industry professionals, including Ms. Malecki and federal and state regulators will participate in four sessions to help attendees understand risk tolerance, choose financial advisors and avoid becoming victims of financial fraud.
“Financial fraud costs Americans approximately $50 billion each year. It has been my mission for over a decade to educate and empower investors, lending them a voice and holding big entities accountable for violating their fiduciary and ethical duties,” said Jenice Malecki, the founder of Malecki Law. She further adds, “I am excited to be part of this much needed grass-root investor education drive.”
The various panels to be held that day are: The Basics of Investing for a Long, Happy Retirement, Managing the Risks that Can Come with Investing, Getting Help– Checking Out Investments and Financial Professionals, and Investment Fraud and What to Do If You Are a Victim. Given her background as a securities attorney, as well as the VP of the Board of Directors of the PIABA Foundation, Ms. Malecki will focus on managing the risks that can come with investing.
The keynote speaker for this event will be Pamela Meyer, a certified fraud examiner and author of LieSpotting. Other participants include the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), The PIABA Foundation, the Investor Protection Trust, the SEC office of Investor Education and Advocacy, and the AARP Network.