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2022 PA Practice Progress Webinar Series: Wealth Management in a Retirement Plan Practice
Retirement plan advisory groups are naming wealth management leaders to key roles, and aggregator firms are merging with wealth advisers as well as benefits advisers. Sources say firms see their wealth management groups as drivers of growth, but what else is spurring this trend?
Join PLANADVISER and a group of industry experts to learn:
• Why wealth and retirement belong together—or do they?
• How wealth management can be fit into an advisory firm’s service offering,
• How to approach revenue opportunities in wealth management, and more.
An attorney will help provide context about fiduciary issues in this space. You won’t want to miss the robust discussion in the final iteration of PLANADVISER’s Practice Progress webinar series for 2022!

Dec 13, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Randy Long
Founder and Managing Principal @SageView Advisory Group
Randall Long is the founder and Managing Principal of SageView Advisory Group and serves as the firm’s CEO. Randy founded SageView in 1989 by assembling a team of seasoned financial advisers and investment specialists across the country. The firm has since grown to one of the leading retirement advisory organizations in the United States with 32 locations and over $170 billion in assets under management. He has extensive experience in the oversight and operations of retirement plans and assisting plan sponsors with their fiduciary responsibilities. Randy is a frequent speaker, providing thought leadership to organizations nationwide, and has been recognized as one of the “Most Influential” in the industry by 401kWire. His professional memberships and affiliations include the American Society of Pension Professionals and Actuaries (ASPPA) and the National Association of Plan Advisors (NAPA). Randy is also a Registered Principal of Cetera (Cetera Advisor Networks LLC).
David Kaleda
Principal @Groom Law Group, Chartered
David Kaleda’s broad range of experience includes handling fiduciary matters impacting plan sponsors, investment and other fiduciary committees, investment managers/advisers, recordkeepers, broker-dealers, banks and other financial services firms. He advises clients on the avoidance and resolution of prohibited transaction issues, the structuring of alternative investment funds (including plan asset funds, real estate operating companies, and venture capital operating companies), and day-to-day compliance issues arising under ERISA and the Internal Revenue Code in the conduct of their businesses. He advises a number of firms on compliance with Department of Labor regulation, helping them to get related guidance and exemptions from the Department. David is a frequent speaker and author on a range of employee benefits-related topics. He authors the bi-monthly “Compliance Consult” column for PLANADVISER magazine and is a regular contributor of articles to The Investment Lawyer.
Stephen Welch
Corporate Retirement Director, Financial Wellness Director @The Foote Welch Group at Morgan Stanley
Having completed a very successful career at Merrill Lynch, Stephen joined Morgan Stanley in 2014. Prior to his experience as a financial adviser, Stephen gained invaluable experience as a small business owner where he operated a successful, independent finance brokerage firm securing capital for business expansions and asset acquisitions. This entrepreneurial experience provided him with great insight into how to best manage assets, control liabilities and sustain growth through strategic planning. He also worked for nearly 10 years as a sales consultant and manager in the telecommunications industry. In this role, he gained valuable business experience working directly with Fortune 1000 companies addressing technical, financial and strategic application areas of their communications infrastructure. Today, he applies these experiences in his financial advisory relationships to help ensure his clients thoughtfully and strategically prepare for their financial futures.