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Washington Association of Money Managers (WAMM) Membership

January 2020

Dear WAMM Community:

Now that we are half way through our 2019-20 year, as President of The Washington Association of Money Managers (WAMM) for 2019-2020, I am happy to report we are off to a great start thanks in large part to contributions, dedication and hard work of the Board, officers, and volunteers.

For those who are current members, thank you. It is still not too late to join and enjoy the benefits of WAMM membership for this year. You may join WAMM as an individual or institutional/corporate member at this link Join or Renew. In addition to supporting WAMM, you get substantial discounts compared to the non-member price at program events. Reduced price student memberships are available. Finally, institutional and corporate members are able to have employees and clients attend at the lower member rate and, at their option, listed as a supporter on the WAMM website.

WAMM’s reputation is that of superior programs, speakers and welcoming environment of investment management professionals, policymakers and practitioners. Our value-added is offering members timely and insightful market opinions and a real sense of community. Without your support, WAMM would not have become the premier organization it is today.

Feel free to reach out to me or any of the other officers and directors listed on our website.

Warm regards,

Steven Davidson, CFA

Upcoming Programs for 2019-20
• February 19: Merrill Ross, Managing Director and Senior Research Analyst (Equity REIT), Compass Point Research & Trading, and David Wertheim, Senior client Portfolio Manager, Invesco, moderated by Michael Joyce, Senior Vice President, American Real Estate Partners, addressing the real estate sector opportunities and risks.

• March 18: Ben Phillips, Chief Investment Officer, Event Shares and Isaac Boltansky, Policy Director, Compass Point Research & Trading as Moderator will look at how the coming election and public policy are moving and influencing the markets.

• April 2: Mark Zandi, Chief Economist, Moody’s Investor Services

Stay tuned for additional program announcements for the upcoming year!

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