Week In Preview, November 14 - November 20
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Monday, November 14, 2022

Week In Preview, November 14 - November 20

Happy International Girls Day!

Deborah "Debbie" Fuhr
Managing Partner, Founder / Co-Founder
Tomorrow, the team at ETFGI will kick off their third annual ETFGI Global ETF Insights Summit - United States. The first day of the two-day event will be held at Manhattan Manor, while day two will be virtual.

Also tomorrow, the team at T. Rowe Price will host their 40th annual "Global Market Outlook" press briefing. The in-person event will be held at the Convene at 237 Park Avenue in Manhattan, but it will also be accessible virtually.

On Wednesday, the team at the Money Management Institute (MMI) will host their 2022 MMI Alternative Investments Forum. The sold-out event will be held at Morgan Stanley's offices in New York City.

Also on Wednesday, starting at 2pm eastern, the team at the Mutual Fund Directors Forum (MFDF) will host a webinar, entitled "Mutual Fund CCO Compensation: The MPI Annual Survey Update."

Also on Wednesday, starting at 10am eastern, the team at Nicsa will host their 2023 "Global FinReg Outlook" webinar.

On Thursday, the team at the Investment Company Institute (ICI) will host their 2022 Closed-End Fund Conference, back in person at the Convence Conference Center at One Liberty Plaza in Manhattan.

Also on Thursday, starting at 5pm mountain, the team at the Denver chapter of Women in ETFs (WE) will host a pre-holiday networking and mentorship event at the Clayton Members Club & Hotel in Denver.

Also on Thursday, the team at Expert Series will host their next ETP Forum, this time at the New York Athletic Club in New York City.

This week, on the defined contribution side of the industry, the teams at DCIIA, Faegre Drinker, Fi360, Hub, John Hancock, RPGA,, and WIPN will host events. Our sister publication, 401kWire, has more details.

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