BOSTON, MA — The New England Wealth Management Conference (NEWMC) is the newest opportunity for asset managers, consultants, members of IBD or RIA’s, and owners of retirement plans to spend two action-packed days networking with peers, listening to coveted keynote speakers, learning about the many challenges facing the industry, and discovering one-of-a-kind solutions from leaders in the advisor community.

NEWMC will be held November 2-3, 2016 at Gillette Stadium Hall of Champions in Foxborough, Massachusetts (One Patriot Place).

NEWMC will consist of several breakout sessions and various speakers from industry leading firms, such as Franklin Templeton, J.P. Morgan, and Wells Fargo. Representatives from these esteemed institutions will provide insight on topics such as “The Best and Brightest RIAs”, “Product Innovation in Retirement Income”, and “Benchmarking Your Practice”. Additional benefits include networking opportunities with top advisors, identifying new techniques to build and grow your practice, staying current on the latest regulation Issues affecting your industry.

This event is organized by The Warren Group, publisher of the Banker & Tradesman and producer of numerous trade shows for the real estate and finance industries, including The Great New England Credit Union Show, The New England Mortgage Expo, BankWorld, The Bank Summit, and BankHorizons.

For additional information visit http://www.thewarrengroupevents.com/newmc/, email newealth@thewarrengroup.com, or call (617) 896-5344.

The Warren Group collects and compiles data on real estate sales and ownership throughout New England. We offer a range of real estate products, information services and printed and online publications, including the weekly newspaper Banker & Tradesman and monthly magazine The Commercial Record. The company also produces and organizes trade shows and events for a variety of industries, including bankers, mortgage brokers, credit unions and lawyers. Based in Boston, the company was established in 1872 and is now in its fourth generation of family ownership and management.