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Register for this Community Forum! Presented by Hines Securities!

 Export to Your Calendar 10/1/2020
When: 10/01/2020
11:00 am
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Community Forum - Presented by Hines Securities
United States
Contact: Peggy Nelson
703-620-1712

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Please join us for our Community Forum!

A time to ask questions, look for familiar faces, and get support from your FPA NCA chapter community!

Please RSVP for ZOOM call to ensure proper lines enabled!

Join us for a few minutes of informal time to talk and have community support!

 

Topic for this call will be "Back to the Office"

Speaker - Ken Jett, Hines Securities

Approved for 1 CFP CE - 1 CIMA Pending Approval!

 

KEN JETT

Managing Director, Hines Securities

Ken Jett is a managing director at Hines and supports capital raising efforts in both institutional and retail investor channels. He has been with the firm since 2003 and has over 15 comprehensive years of investment management experience across multiple geographies and product types. Jett has been a key contributor in management of multiple Hines-sponsored investment vehicles from inception through disposition. Prior to Hines, he was a commodity trader for Cargill, Inc.

 

All Businesses will need to use Financial Planning in order to prepare and adapt to the new changes dictated by the current and future environment of covid. Business must be re-configured to rethink space needs, as well as employee hiring, onboarding, and retention. Can all business leaders adapt to these changes, both senior and new business leaders? What technology will be needed, and can everyone learn and adapt to this new technology? What will the costs of these changes be? How will those costs impact the business model and stability? Will the economy be hindered or helped by these impactful changes? Planners need to be prepared to guide all business leaders through these thoughtful decisions and prepare for a new look, feel and way of doing business now and into the immediate future.

 

  

 

 

Bring your own lunch, your tips and your questions! Please come join us and share your ideas on this topic!

 

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