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6/19/2018
When: June 19
11:00 am - 1:20 pm
Where: Fort Worth Club
306 W. Seventh St.
12th Floor
Fort Worth 76102
United States
Contact: Melisa Hall
972-747-0407


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FPA DFW Fort Worth Chapter Meeting



 

Performance Fee Structures Within Mutual Funds


Greg Meier

Vice President, Strategist, US Capital Markets Research and Strategy - Allianz Global Investors

 

1 CFP, CPA, CIMA CE

 

A performance fulcrum fee is a fee structure that varies the management fee of a fund based on investment performance relative to a stated performance hurdle. Performance will be tested versus the stated performance hurdle on an ongoing rolling basis. The management fee will then be adjusted over time. Generally, if the investment performance of the fund exceeds the performance hurdle, the management fee will increase to reflect strong investment performance. Inversely, if performance of the fund lags the performance hurdle, the management fee will decrease. During this session Mr. Meier will discuss performance fulcrum fees, how they work, and what the advantages of performance fulcrum fees are.  

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Symmetrical structure of performance fees attractive value proposition to clients
  • How fulcrum fees could provide a solution to fee pressure and the rise of passive investing as investors grow increasingly skeptical of paying active management fees for index-like performance
  • Symmetrical structure disincentives porfolio managers to take excess risk


Greg Meier is a strategist and a vice president with Allianz Global Investors, which he joined in 1999.  He is responsible for developing research and analysis for the firm's investment professionals and Sales and Client Service  teams, and for conveying the firm's views to clients.  Mr. Meier's work focuses on global capital markets, macroeconomics, monetary policy, fiscal policy and retirement issues.  He was previously a performance analyst and a financial writer with the firm.  Mr. Meier has 17 years of investment-industry experience.  He has a B.S. in business administration from the University of Montana and an M.B.A. from the University of Washington.

 

 

 

 

 

Succession Planning: The 10 Non-Legal Questions You Must Ask!

 

John Rhodes, Ph.D.

Vice President, Practice Management, CNL Securities

 

1 CFP, CPA, CIMA CE

 

Succession Planning has many parts - or "successful" Succession Planning does!  It really begins with asking the correct questions and finding the bet and most appropriate answers for you and those people important to you.  There are legal questions and non-legal questions that need to be asked and answered in order to have a "successful" Succession Plan.

 

Learning Objectives: 

  • The importance of having a Succession Plan
  • Knowing and using the resources of your broker/dealer
  • Your family, your team and your "best" clients should know your plan
  • Review your plan on a specific day each year


Dr. John A. Rhodes, Jr. joined CNL in 2002, after serving more than 35 years in the financial services industry.  In his current position, Dr. Rhodes leads CNL Capital Markets' Practice Management program, which is designed to help financial advisors manage their business and their lives more successfully, Prior to his current position, Dr. Rhodes developed, coordinated and taught a value added program designed to assist financial advisors in their business and personal lives.  Before the financial services industry, Dr. Rhodes worked in higher education for 15 years.  He served as vice president of the University of Memphis for more than 10 years, and held various other teaching, research and service positions at the University of Georgia, Georgia State University and North Carolina State University.  Dr. Rhodes was awarded the Bronze Star for Valor for his service in Vietnam.

 

 

 

 



AGENDA

10:30 AM Check In/Registration/Networking
11:00 AM Chapter Meeting and Luncheon
1:20 PM Meeting Adjourned

 


Self parking will be validated.  Valet parking is at guest expense.


MEETING FEES

$40 FPA Members 
$55 Guests/Non-Members
$0 Corporate Partners & Season Ticket Holders

 

 




 

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