Steven A. Conte, president of SOFA (Society for Financial Awareness) will present a series of financial seminars on a variety of topics.
The final session in this series is on Investment Concerns in a Fragile Market. The U.S. Economy is heating up! Learn how to:
- grow your money wisely
- why 'down' markets create investment opportunities for the wise investor
- how and why the 'cash flow eliminator--spending before planning is 'terminal' to investing
- know what you are doing when you invest
@ Westbank on Tuesday, July 16 at 6:30 p.m.More on the Presenter, Steven A. Conte:
Steven A. Conte is President of Beacon Retirement Planning Group, Inc. and is also President of the Austin chapter for the Society for Financial Awareness. He has 30 years of Corporate America experience with emphasis in retirement financial planning, human resources and operations both domestic and international.
Steve has devoted the last several years of his professional career working directly with pre-retirees, retirees and business owners in providing alternative, safe solutions for their retirement needs.
Steve has an accomplished background as a senior executive and corporate officer in companies ranging from Plough, United Brands, and Newmont Mining Corporation. Mr. Conte has been responsible for the design, development and management of pension plans and 40 k plans, as well as employee benefit and compensation plans.
As the former President of the Board of Directors of Hospice of the North Coast and a member of the President's Advisory Council, Steve brings an extensive bacikground in financial management planning, human resources and operations to programs he represents and understands.
Steve is a graduate of St. Ambrose University where he earned a B.S. degree with honors in Economics and Political Science and won the Political Science Academic Excellence Award. He has completed over 50 professional, technical, sales and management programs. A seasoned traveler, he has worked in Europe, Russia, South and Central America, Canada and the Far East.