The Annual T3 Technology Conference Holds Surprises for Financial Advisors

David Drucker and Joel Bruckenstein, leaders in the financial industry, issued a stark warning about the T3 Technology Conference, saying that Financial Advisors in attendance from February 12-14th at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas will be surprised by a number of things. The T3 Technology Conference is in its tenth year and was originally created to bring independent Financial Advisors, the people behind the most innovative technology solutions in the industry and major company decision-makers together in a single location to research and learn about workflow solutions, productivity and marketing.

Thirteen general sessions and twenty-five breakout sessions will be featured at the upcoming T3 Advisor Conference, according to Drucker, who is the conferences Co-Chair. An optional ethics session will serve as the opening on the morning of February 12, with preconference sessions taking place starting at 10:00am that same morning. At 3:30pm, Tom Giachetti will take the stage.  Giachetti is the Chair of prominent law firm Securities Practice Group Stark & Stark.   He is also the feature general session speaker and will be discussing cybersecurity, as well as the steps advisory firms should take in order to keep hackers from stealing valuable data from their clients and their firms.

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Main stage presentations on February 13 will be held by Nationwide, eMoney, RiXtrema, Riskalyze, Advent Black Diamond, MoneyGuidePro, Morningstar and Schwab, with Oranj, FAStech, Advicent and Laserfiche taking the main stage for presentations on February 14.  Breakout sessions will include tech providers and sponsors who are attending.

The conference will come to an end on February 14 at 3:30pm, so that attendees will be out in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day with loved ones.  Bruckenstein is encouraging attendees to stay through the closing sessions, stating that the closing day will still feature plenty of main stage presentations, as well as breakout sessions, that shouldn’t be missed.