Journal in the Round: Lessons in Shifting Clients' Panic to Confidence
Includes a Live Event on 08/26/2020 at 12:00 PM (MDT)
Join August’s Journal of Financial Planning (JFP) contributor Nick Follett, manager, fixed income at Commonwealth, and behavioral finance experts as they explore the behavioral interventions outlined in the JFP cover story and how to apply these interventions. They’ll also discuss the importance of understanding clients’ behaviors and biases in investment planning to optimize clients’ well-being and financial results. This online, interactive roundtable conversation will be moderated by Kieran Rooney, CFP®, Journal in the Round moderator and FPA member.
- Outline various behavioral finance interventions they can take to nudge clients toward better outcomes
- Illustrate how clients’ life stages and responsibilities may shape their concerns related to COVID-19 pandemic
Manager, Fixed Income, Commonwealth Financial Network®, Member FINRA/SIPC
With the firm since 2010, Nick Follett evaluates and selects strategies for Commonwealth’s recommended lists and shares analysis and research across all fixed income asset classes. He also assists affiliated advisers with portfolio construction, fixed income sector allocation and portfolio reviews. Follett graduated from San Francisco State University’s MBA program with an emphasis in finance, and he holds the FINRA Series 7 securities registration.
Kieran Elizabeth Rooney, CFP®, EA
Director of Standards & Certification, FPSB
As Director of Standards & Certification at FPSB, Kieran Rooney, CFP®, is responsible for executing FPSB’s strategies for standards for the global profession and requirements for FPSB’s pathway and CFP certifications. Before FPSB, Rooney was a financial adviser with Boston-based Modera Wealth Management, delivering fee-only advice and tax, investment and insurance strategies to high-net-worth clients. A CFP professional and Enrolled Agent with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Rooney co-hosts the Financial Planning Association’s Cross-Border Knowledge Circle and moderates its Journal in the Round program. Previously, she worked for the United Nations, where she managed course creation, piloting, administration and standard-setting to ensure alignment of courses delivered in five languages to 14,000 end users in 100+ countries.