Audio/Web Conference: Helping Irrational Clients Make Rational Decisions
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This presentation introduces concepts in behavioral finance that relate to an individual's decision making within the area of personal financial planning. Participants will be introduced to various heuristics and cognitive bias that affect a client's choices and attitudes toward financial decision-making and strategies for dealing with the issues.
Attendees will learn:
Harold Evensky, CFP, AIF is president of Evensky & Katz and a professor of practice in the Texas Tech University, Personal Financial Planning Department. Prior to forming his own company, he served as a vice president of investments with major investment banking firms. He is the past chair of the International CFP® Council, the CFP® Board of Governors, the Board of Examiners, the Board of Appeals and the TIAA-CREF Institute Advisory Board. He is on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal of Financial Planning, and he is the research columnist for the Journal.
In 2010 he was included in Investment Advisor Magazine's "Thirty for Thirty" – Investment Advisors most influential in building the profession over the last 30 years. In 2013 he was listed as one of the profession's 15 transformational advisors by Investment News and was a recipient of the FPA Heart of Financial Planning award.
Mr. Evensky is an internationally recognized speaker on investment and financial planning issues. In addition, he has written for and is quoted frequently in the national press, and is the co-author of Wealth Management, published in conjunction with the CFA Institute by Wiley & Sons and co-editor of The Investment Think Tank, Theory, Strategy, and Practice for Advisers and Retirement Income Redesigned - Master Plans for Distribution (Bloomberg).