Get your seats now!
You won’t want to miss our lunchtime debate:

Do We or Don’t We Have a Living Constitution?

 
Lawrence Rosenthal, Professor of Law, Chapman University School of Law, and former Deputy Corporation Counsel for Counseling, Appeals, and Legal Policy, City of Chicago Department of Law   John Eastman, Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service and Former Dean at Chapman University Fowler School of Law


Join Us for the
10th Annual Allied Professionals Summit:

When:
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Time:
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
10:00-11:00 AM Registration and Networking,
Program Commences at 11:00 AM
Where:
The Pacific Club
4110 MacArthur Blvd.
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Cost:
$70 Early Bird Registration (Prior to 9/1)
$80 Online (Deadline 9/20/2017), $95 at the Door


Bring your team of Financial Planning Professionals!
You will want to attend if you are a:


• Registered Investment Advisor • Attorney • Trust Professional
• Certified Financial Planner™ • Professional Fiduciary • Government Leader
• Financial Advisor • Real Estate Professional • Enrolled Agent
• Certified Public Accountant • Bank Executive • Insurance Professional
• Chartered Financial Analyst® • Investment Adviser Representative  


Schedule:


10:00 AM
Registration and Networking
11:00 AM
Preserving Family Values By Encouraging Social and Fiscal Responsibility with Incentive Trusts: A Trust Strategy that Works
  • Al W. King III, J.D., LL.M., Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of South Dakota Trust Company, LLC (SDTC), South Dakota Planning Company, LLC (SDPC) and the Estate Planning Institute (EPI)
12:00 PM

Networking Break

12:30 PM
A Debate: Do We or Don’t We Have A Living Constitution?
  • Lawrence Rosenthal, Professor of Law, Chapman University School of Law, and former Deputy Corporation Counsel for Counseling, Appeals, and Legal Policy, City of Chicago Department of Law
  • John Eastman, Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service and Former Dean at Chapman University Fowler School of Law
1:30 PM
After the Initial Eight Months of the Trump Administration, How Has the Securities Market Fared and a Prediction for the Future?
  • Keith McWilliams, Partner and Head of West Coast Region of Evercore Wealth Management Company
2:30 PM
Dessert and Networking Break
3:00 PM
Cutting Edge Income Tax Strategies for the Current Political Climate
  • Jerome Hesch, Attorney, Professor, Author, Speaker, and Director of the Notre Dame University Tax & Estate Planning Institute
4:00 PM
Closing Wine Reception




Speakers:

FPA Orange County Al W. King III, J.D., LL.M.,
Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and
Co-Chief Executive Officer,

South Dakota Trust Company, LLC (SDTC), South Dakota Planning Company, LLC (SDPC) and the Estate Planning Institute (EPI)

Session Title:
Preserving Family Values by Encouraging Social and Fiscal Responsibility with Incentive Trusts: A Trust Strategy that Works

Level of Complexity: Intermediate

  Many wealthy clients’ main concern is to mentor their families to be aware of key family values and to be fiscally and socially responsible members of society. There is frequently a major disconnect with these desires and the client’s trust planning. This session will discuss Incentive Trusts and some of the most powerful trust design strategies and techniques available to bridge this disconnect and to maximize a client’s and their family’s values, flexibility, control, asset protection, tax savings and privacy. Incentive trusts, Directed Trusts, Family Bank Dynasty Trusts, Special Purpose Entities/Trust Protector Companies, Private Family Trust Companies, Purpose Trusts, etc. will all be discussed in detail with an emphasis on how they can assist with preserving family values in perpetuity. Do you know the names and values of your great grandparents?

Learning Objectives:

  • Summary of the most popular desires of a wealthy person’s trust planning which generally include promoting family values by encouraging social and fiscal responsibility
  • Key modern trust administration structures available (i.e., Directed Trusts, Family Bank Dynasty Trusts, Special Purpose Entities/Trust Protector Companies, Private Family Trust Companies, Purpose Trusts, etc.) to maximize a client’s flexibility, control, asset protection, tax savings and privacy
  • How to best structure an Incentive Trust for maximum effectiveness in preserving family values, including sample social and fiscal incentive provisions

Al W. King III is the Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of South Dakota Trust Company, LLC (SDTC) and based in the New York City office. SDTC is a national trust boutique for the wealthy headquartered out of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, serving clients nationally and internationally.

Mr. King was previously Managing Director and National Director of Estate Planning for Citigroup. Mr. King was also the Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of Citicorp Trust South Dakota. Mr. King also previously served as Director of Financial and Estate Planning for Coopers and Lybrand in Stamford, Connecticut.

Mr. King is the Co-Vice Chairman of the Editorial Board of Trusts & Estates Magazine. He has been a member of the Editorial Board for 20 years. Mr. King has been inducted into the National Association of Estate Planners & Councils (NAEPC) Estate Planning Hall of Fame as an Accredited Estate Planner (AEP), Distinguished. In addition, Mr. King currently serves on the Board of Directors for NAEPC and is the Chairman of the NAEPC Foundation Advisory Board.

Mr. King received a Bachelor of Arts cum laude from Holy Cross College, a Juris Doctor from Syracuse University Law School and an LL.M. in Tax Law from Boston University School of Law.





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Lawrence Rosenthal,
Professor of Law, Chapman University School of Law, and former Deputy Corporation
Counsel for

Counseling, Appeals, and Legal Policy, City of Chicago Department of Law

John C. Eastman, JD, PhD,
Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service and
Former Dean,

Chapman University Fowler School of Law

Session Title:
A Debate: Do We or Don’t We Have a Living Constitution?

Level of Complexity: Overview

 

Lawrence Rosenthal, Professor of Law, Chapman University School of Law, and former Deputy Corporation Counsel for Counseling, Appeals, and Legal Policy, City of Chicago Department of Law

After graduating from Harvard Law School, where he won the Fay Diploma and was an editor of the Harvard Law Review, Professor Rosenthal clerked for Judge Prentice Marshall of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and Justice John Paul Stevens of the United States Supreme Court. Professor Rosenthal entered the practice of law as an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, specializing in organized crime and public corruption prosecutions. Among other things, he brought the first racketeering case involving insider trading, and secured the longest sentence in the history of the district in an organized crime case (200 years). He subsequently joined the City of Chicago's Department of Law, where he was Deputy Corporation Counsel for Counseling, Appeals, and Legal Policy. In that capacity, he argued three cases in the United States Supreme Court, and supervised a large volume of complex litigation as well as legislative as policy matters. To his great embarrassment, Professor Rosenthal was named by Chicago Magazine as one of "Chicago's 25 Toughest Lawyers". Since then, he tries to be nicer. Professor Rosenthal joined the Chapman faculty in the fall of 2005. He also continues to engage in litigation in the United States Supreme Court and other appellate courts, usually on a pro bono basis.

Dr. John Eastman Eastman is the Henry Salvatori Professor of Law & Community Service and former Dean at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1999, specializing in Constitutional Law, Legal History, and Property. He also leads the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, a public interest law firm affiliated with the Claremont Institute that he founded in 1999. He has a Ph.D. in Government from the Claremont Graduate School and a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, and a B.A. in Politics and Economics from the University of Dallas. He serves as the Chairman of the Board of the National Organization for Marriage and is Chairman of the Federalist Society’s Federalism & Separation of Powers practice group.

Prior to joining the Chapman law faculty, Dr. Eastman served as a law clerk to the Honorable Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States, and to the Honorable J. Michael Luttig, Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and practiced law with the national law firm of Kirkland & Ellis. Dr. Eastman has also represented numerous clients in important constitutional law matters and has argued before the Supreme Court. On behalf of the Claremont Institute Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, he has participated as amicus curiae before the Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. Courts of Appeals, and State Supreme Courts in more than one hundred cases of constitutional significance, including Boy Scouts of America v. Dale, Zelman v. Simmons-Harris (the school vouchers case), Kelo v. New London, Ct. (eminent domain), and Van Orden v. Perry (the 10 Commandments case). He has also appeared as an expert legal commentator on numerous television and radio p rograms, including C-SPAN, Fox News, PBS, NewsHour, and The O’Reilly Factor.





FPA Orange County Keith McWilliams, CFP®,
CFA, AIF, MBA,

Partner,
Head of West Coast Region, Evercore Wealth Management

Session Title:
How Securities Markets Have Navigated the New Administration Policies and Factors to Consider from Here

Level of Complexity: Intermediate

  We will cover economic, market, and fundamental variables in reviewing this past year’s market behavior under new administration policy regimes. We will analyze those and other factors in proffering a method for viewing coming period scenarios for market performance prospectively.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn 5 economic and market variables we use to construct a market scenario outlook
  • Learn how socio-economic variables such as monetary and fiscal policy tie to market outcomes
  • Learn basic asset allocation and market technical concepts

Keith McWilliams joined Evercore Wealth Management in 2012 as the head of the West Coast region. He was previously the founding partner of Mt. Eden Investment Advisors, directing all aspects of the firm's strategy and serving as the chief investment officer and lead wealth strategy advisor. Keith has over 25 years of experience in wealth management.

Prior to founding Mt. Eden in 2004, he was a managing director at Weiss, Peck & Greer, responsible for the firm's West Coast private client group. Previously, he worked at Scudder, Stevens & Clark.

Keith earned his BA in Economics from UC Berkeley and his MBA from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management. He holds the Certified Financial Planner license, the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, and the Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation.

He serves on the boards of the Mills Peninsula Hospital Foundation as the Treasurer, the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra Committee and is Vice President of the San Francisco Estate Planning Council. He is a member of the Mills Peninsula Hospital Foundation Philanthropic Council, an Advisory Board Member of the Bay Area Financial Education Foundation and co-chair of The San Francisco Foundation Professional Advisors Council. Keith is a past President of the CFA Society of San Francisco, past board member of CuriOdyssey at Coyote Point and the Cypress String Quartet.





FPA Orange County Jerome Hesch,
Attorney, Professor, Author, Speaker, and Director,
Notre Dame Tax & Estate Planning Institute

Session Title:
Cutting Edge Income Tax Strategies for the Current Political Climate

Level of Complexity: Intermediate

 

Jerome M. Hesch is an attorney, professor, author and speaker on estate planning and taxation law. He is the Director of the Notre Dame Tax & Estate Planning Institute.

He is currently an adjunct professor at both the University of Miami School of Law and Florida International University. He is also a tax consultant for several law firms, including the Jeffrey M. Verdon Law Group in Newport Beach, California, and Oshins and Associates in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mr. Hesch attended the University of Michigan for his undergraduate and MBA degrees, and received a JD from the University of Buffalo Law School.

He is a Fellow in the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and is listed with Best Lawyers in America.




Please join us after the Summit for a Wine Reception sponsored by
C.A.S.H.Fit Financial & Insurance Services





Thank You to Our Partners


    Cantor Fitzgerald Capital
Contact: Jason Hayes – Irvine North
Phone: (310) 245-7855

Contact: John D Grady – Lake Forest South
Phone: (858) 401-9764
Website: www.cantor.com
 

    C.A.S.H.Fit Financial & Insurance Services
Contact: Eunis Christensen, MBA
Phone: Work - (562) 296-8121 Mobile - (619) 341-9551
Website: www.cashfit.com
 

    Kravitz, Inc.
Contact: Steve Sansone
Phone: (818) 325-3010
Website: www.CashBalanceDesign.com
 

    Lincoln Financial Group
Contact: Brian Negrete
(619) 804-5744
Website: www.lfg.com
 

    Pictet North America Advisors
SA, Zurich and Geneva

Contact: Beat Ruettimann, Vice President
Phone: +41 43 283 6406
Website: www.pictetadvisors.com
 

    Prudential Individual Life Insurance
Contact: Shaneon T. Hohenstein
Phone: (949) 392-0840
 

    South Dakota Trust Company LLC
Contact: Al W. King III
Phone: (212) 642-8377
Website: www.sdtrustco.com
 

    Steadfast Capital Markets Group
Contact: Jason McMurtry
Phone: (949) 887-4627
Website: www.steadfastallternatives.com
 

    Total Financial & Insurance Services, Inc.
Contact: Diana Greenberg, President and CEO
Phone: (800) 989-7500 x 237
Website: www.totalfinancial.com
 

    XY Planning Network
Contact: Stacey Unruh
Website: www.xyplanningnetwork.com


For More Information:

Please contact Mark Silberfarb, Allied Professionals Chair
at AlliedProfessionals@FPAOC.org


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