MarketWatch Retirement Matters for Women event Series

7.27.16 – 7.28.16 | MarketWatch hosted a two-part series in California focused on the theme: Retirement Matters for Women.

On the evening of July 27, guests from the Financial Advisory Industry were welcome to the Black Cat Bar at the timeless University Club of San Francisco. After a cocktail hour, Robert Powell, Senior MarketWatch Columnist and Editor of Retirement Weekly, moderated the panel discussion with panelists Eleanor Blayney, Consumer Advocate and Certified Financial Planner; Sabrina Lowell, Chief Operating Officer for Mosaic Financial Partners; and Franke Paré, President and Founder of PF Wealth Management. The conversation focused on offering insights for financial advisers who serve women and couples on Social Security claiming strategies, tax-advantaged investments, longevity, risk, new fiduciary regulations and more.

On the morning of July 28, the topic of Retirement for Women and Couples continued at a second event in San Rafael. Subscribers gathered at the Edgehill Mansion on the Dominican University Campus for a panel discussion and luncheon.

Robert Powell moderated the discussion with panelists, Eleanor Blayney and Franke Paré, from the previous evening and Jeanette Pavini, Emmy Award-winning consumer journalist and MarketWatch columnist. The conversation aimed to give the audience a specific and realistic list of essentials, must-dos and how-tos on everything from investing to creating retirement dreams and making them come true.

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  • The University Club of San Francisco

    The University Club of San Francisco  

  • Guests at the cocktail reception

    Guests at the cocktail reception  

  • Sabrina Lowell, Frank Paré, Elanor Blayney and Robert Powell

    Sabrina Lowell, Frank Paré, Elanor Blayney and Robert Powell  

  • Edgehill Mansion at Dominican University

    Edgehill Mansion at Dominican University  

  • Eleanor Blayney, Frank Paré, Jeanette Pavini and Robert Powell

    Eleanor Blayney, Frank Paré, Jeanette Pavini and Robert Powell