NJCCPS Seminar - 03/28/09

posted Feb 18, 2012, 10:09 PM by NJCCPS Admin

Since our last seminar, the economy and job market "soured" even more. More people lost their jobs and it is all depressing out there. Do you


  • Want to know where the technology job market is headed and what are the the hot skills currently?

  • Want to know how the economy and financial system may come back again?

  • Want to know the proper investment strategy based on the current situation and current outlook of the next three quarters of 2009?

  • Want to know how to rescue your retirement plan and other financial assets going forward?


This is a seminar for all these common questions of ours weighing down on our mind every day. Come and Listen! Or Come and Bring your tougher questions in the QA sessions and panel discussion!

Date/Time: 1PM - 5PM, Saturday March 28, 2009
Location: Ramada Inn at Somerset
60 Cottontail Lane,
Somerset, NJ 08873
Phone: (732) 560-9880
Contact: Joe Xu, oxu1@yahoo.com, (973) 960-1803
Nelson Yeh, Nelson.Yeh@gmail.com, (973) 715-9784
Registration & Fee: Free admission
Click Here to register
Direction: Map
Agenda
1:00 - 1:30PM Registration and Networking
1:30 - 1:35PM Opening Remarks
1:35 - 2:05PM Current conditions and where the IT job market is headed and how members can find different ways to survive the economic downturn, Speaker: Mr. Don Schiowitz, Vice President, Norgate Technology Inc.
2:10 - 2:40PM Investment Strategies under Current Market, Speaker: Mr. Sheng Wang, Financial Advisory Professional and Vice President, American United Chamber of Commerce
2:45 - 3:15PM Risk Management & Interest Rate Vs. Current Market, Speaker: Mr. Jinfeng Tang, Director and Head of Asset and Liability Management in Deutsche Bank's Private Wealth Management
3:20 - 3:50PM The impact of Obama policies and bailout plans on housing, financial system and the economy; What you should/could do to weather the current crisis, Speaker: Mr. David Yan, Ph.D., CFA, Director of Fixed Income Research, Credit Suisse.
3:55 - 4:05PM Break
4:05 - 4:45PM How to Rescue Your Retirement Plan, Speaker: Mr. Qiyong (David ) Fan, MBA, Financial Planning professional and columnist

  • Financial crisis and its impact on your retirement accounts

  • The myths of Investment

  • Why do we still need to put money into retirement plans?

  • Tax-saving retirement plan comparison: SEP, Solo 401k, Defined Benefit, IRA, Roth IRA

4:45 - 5:15PM Panel Discussion
5:20 - 6:00PM Networking
6:30 - 8:30PM Appreciation Dinner - Dynasty, 100 Route 22 West, Green Brook, NJ 08812
Speakers' BIOs
Mr. Don Schiowitz
Mr. Don Schiowitz has been with Norgate Technology for the last 14 years and one of the Vice
Presidents there. He has been in the IT field for the last 28 years working in various roles, such as Senior Salesman with MTI Systems, Manager at Arrow Electronics, a large distributor of hardware and software, and the top salesman for Hewlett Packard products in the metro area. He has helped lots of people over the last 14 years with guiding them into new positions either full time or contract and enjoys helping people understand the job market and what technology is hot and what is the next hot area to get into.
Mr. Sheng Wang
Mr. Wang has been working in financial industry for many years and engaged in investment since 1991. Starting 2001, Sheng and his colleagues sponsored NJCCPS salon programs and offered financial advice to NJCCPS members. His view point on investment and number driven concept fit nicely with IT professionals, and his consistency on servicing his clients has set high standard for the financial industry. If you are looking for a trustworthy financial advisor, he is definitely the one with the most experience in our community to help you identify and reach your financial goals.
Mr. Jinfeng Tang
Mr. Tang is currently Director and Head of Asset and Liability Management in Deutsche Bank's Private Wealth Management division. Prior 2007, Jinfeng worked in BlackRock for three years, where he provided risk advisory services to major financial institutions and pioneered BlackRock Solutions' business development in Asia. From 2001 to 2004, Jinfeng was responsible for portfolio analytics and reporting in Chase Home Finance, the residential mortgage business of JP Morgan Chase.
Mr. David Yan
Mr. David Yan is senior structured product strategist and the head of CDO Research of Credit Suisse Group, covering structured products ranging from CMBS, ABS, CDOs, to leveraged loans and CLOs. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, David worked for Merrill Lynch in the Structured Finance Research group focusing on quantitative analysis for CDOs, home equities and other ABS products. David has published many industry research reports on CDOs and a couple of academic papers on credit derivatives and interest rates in academic journals. David also worked at FTN Financial developing relative value models for fixed income products and at OCWEN Federal Bank as a prepayment and default modeler. David is a CFA charter holder and holds a Ph.D. in Finance degree from the University of Alabama.
Mr. Qiyong (David ) Fan
Mr. Fan received his MA at history from Peking University, MBA from University of Tennessee. Columnist for Chinese newspapers. Over 10 years experience in financial planning and insurance business and over 1,000 clients. Used to work for New York Life, now independent, has his own company Fan’s Financial & Insurance LLC, can sell any company’s products and services.


David Started to write column article for local Chinese newspapers 9 years ago and have so far written some 300-400 articles, with topics ranging from financial planning, insurance to political comments, history, poem review and traveling, etc. Most of them are now in my website: WWW.FANQIYONG.COM
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