|By Marketwired .||
|March 25, 2014 05:57 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/25/14 -- GFMI (a marcus evans company), will host the Compensation and Benefits for Financial Institutions Conference, April 28-29, 2014 in NYC.
This GFMI conference draws together key compensation and benefit practitioners, creating a productive space in which firms can develop comprehensive remuneration strategies and plans, by discussing key areas of innovation within the field. Via interactive case study presentations, speakers will demonstrate innovative solutions for the development of competitive, transparent, and individualized compensation and benefits plans.
The Expert Speaker Panel Includes:
- Katie Nedl, Global Head of Benefits, BlackRock
- Rudy Cordero, Vice President - Rewards Advisor, Deutsche Bank
- Anil Agarwal, VP Executive Compensation, American Express
- Alec M. Albertson, Global Head - Compensation and Benefits, The World Bank Group
- Neil Barron, SVP, Compensation Executive for Global Banking and Markets, Bank of America
Executives from banks, insurance companies, asset management firms, hedge funds and credit companies will interact with speakers and their peers in a classroom-style setting that fosters both audience interaction and engagement. Seating for this conference is limited to maintain an intimate educational environment that will cultivate the knowledge and experience of all participants.
Remaining seats are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please reply and let Tyler Kelch, Marketing & PR Coordinator, know if you or someone from your team is able to participate. For registration pricing and to obtain more information please email Tyler directly at [email protected] or call 312-894-6377.
Take a look at the entire conference brochure here!
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