Best Practices in Working With Your Third-Party Broker-Dealer

A Webinar Hosted by Terrapin Technologies

Date:  Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Time:  1:00 PM CT | 2:00 PM ET | 11:00 AM PT

About

The Best Practices in Working With Your Third-Party Broker-Dealer webinar, hosted by Terrapin Technologies, explores how bank and credit union investment services programs can get the most out of their third-party broker-dealer partnership. This will be a traditional study group format focusing on industry leaders talking to and learning from each other — sharing their successes and challenges.

Guest speaker Brian Lauer, partner at Messick Lauer & Smith P.C., will present strategies for making the institution/TPM relationship a successful partnership. Additionally, Brian will discuss the various options institutions should consider when exploring the expansion of their programs. For more than ten years, credit unions have worked with Brian’s firm to help find effective ways to better serve their members. Brian has spoken at many conferences and seminars and facilitates strategic planning sessions throughout the country.

Featured Panelists

Kristefor Lysne, President at Terrapin Technologies

Brian Lauer, Partner at Messick Lauer & Smith P.C.

Dave RenkoEVP, Program Manager at WoodForest Wealth Strategies

Tom Mitchell, Senior Vice President at OneAZ Wealth Management

Holly Grellier, VP of Operations at Addison Avenue Investment Services

Warren Bausert, Program Manager at Sterling National Bank

Discussion Topics

  • A look at how investment services programs grow and why the needs of a new program are different from a mature program.
  • Listen to panelists share their long-term vision and how they see their program evolving.
  • Explore successful ways to fully leverage the depth of services from your broker-dealer.
  • Learn strategies for aligning your goals with the priorities of the financial institution and the broker-dealer.

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