Huddleston - HR professionals in the battle

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HR Professionals in the Battle for Employee Nest Eggs

Pat Huddleston, CEO
Investor’s Watchdog

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  1. 1. HR Professionals in the Battle for Employee Nest EggsPresented by:Pat Huddleston, CEO Investor’s Watchdog<br />Pat Huddleston- Investor’s Watchdog, CEO<br />HR Professionals in the Battle for Employee Nest Eggs<br /><ul><li>Wayne McLeod
  2. 2. Notes
  3. 3. Stephen Greenspan</li></ul>Notes<br /><ul><li>Senior Citizens
  4. 4. Baby Boomers
  5. 5. Notes
  6. 6. Why ?
  7. 7. Optimism Bias
  8. 8. Congruence Bias</li></ul>Notes<br /><ul><li>Types of Criminals
  9. 9. Sociopaths
  10. 10. Bunglers
  11. 11. Bad Report Cards</li></ul>Notes<br /><ul><li>Sam Israel
  12. 12. Notes
  13. 13. Resources
  14. 14. Pacer
  15. 15. State Courthouses
  16. 16. State Securities Commissioner
  17. 17. National Student Clearinghouse</li></ul>Notes<br /><ul><li>WexTrust Capital
  18. 18. Joseph Shereshevsky
  19. 19. Marc Dreier</li></ul>Notes<br /><ul><li>Become a Student of Investment Fraud</li></ul>Notes<br />Resource/LocationWhat is it?When should it be used?CostPACERwww.pacer.govPublic Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts, and the PACER Case Locator via the Internet. PACER is provided by the federal judiciary in keeping with its commitment to providing public access to court information via a centralized service. Use PACER to search for information about any individual seeking to do business with your organization. Billed quarterly based on usageNational Student Clearinghousewww.studentclearinghouse.orgThe National Student Clearinghouse, a non-profit organization, is the nation's trusted source for student degree and enrollment verification. One lie is too many for anyone seeking to do business with your organization. Use this resource to determine the validity of an individual’s educational background.$10 or less for each inquiryLexis Nexiswww.lexis.comLexis® Research System provides the most expansive collection of online content available anywhere and the tools you need to extract the essentials from the overwhelming amount of information available. Helpful for uncovering aliases, real estate transactions and civil judgments.Monthly subscription fee requiredInvestor’s Watchdogwww.investorswatchblog.comBlog posts by former SEC Enforcer, Pat Huddleston, cover a breaking scam each weekday. Study this blog daily, so that you can become a student of investment fraud. The more familiar you become with the tricks of the trade, the more likely you are to recognize one.Free<br />Investor’s Watchdog™ (IW) is a fraud prevention company founded by former SEC Enforcement Branch Chief, Pat Huddleston.<br />As a private, independent investigation firm, Investor’s Watchdog conducts in-depth, pre-investment reviews that go beyond traditional due diligence methods. <br />Our years of experience with hundreds of frauds allow us to recognize subtle red flags that no one else will see. Our proprietary resources and tactics help us identify threats and warn our clients away from them. <br />The ultimate goal is to protect investors from the devastating effects of securities fraud, recklessness or sheer incompetence. We provide our services to:<br /><ul><li>Pension Funds
  20. 20. Endowments
  21. 21. Family Offices
  22. 22. Registered Investment Advisers
  23. 23. Individual Investors</li></ul>The Vigilant Investor:  A Former SEC Enforcer Reveals How to Fraud-Proof Your Investments<br />Due for Release: October 2011<br />AMACOM Books<br />In The Vigilant Investor, former SEC Enforcement Branch Chief Pat Huddleston equips investors to answer the ultimate question: “Who can I trust?” Huddleston combines the science of human decision-making with his unique blend of experience to show investors how to flush out clever scams and unethical financial advisers. With pension funds in the red, 10,000 baby boomers retiring every day, and the securities industry in unprecedented flux, investors need these tools to navigate an investing landscape strewn with mines and pitfalls. Using colorful stories from actual cases, The Vigilant Investor takes the reader on a tour of the darkest corners of the securities industry and teaches investors — from beginners, to retirees, to the largest public pension funds — and investment professionals a new due diligence approach that can not only discover the truth, but also cleanse the investing landscape as no Congress or regulator can. <br />Pat HuddlestonRosey Sumrall<br />CEOMarketing and Event Coordinator<br />Pat@investorswatchdog.comRosey.Sumrall@investorswatchdog.com<br />770.874.0007770.874.0007<br />Pat Huddleston Evaluation Form<br />Name________________________________________<br />Email address__________________________________<br />I thought the presentation was engaging and would recommend it to others.<br />___ Strongly agree___ Agree___ Neutral___ Disagree___ Strongly Disagree<br />The audio/visual aspects of the presentation were easy to hear and/or see. <br />___ Strongly agree___ Agree___ Neutral___ Disagree___ Strongly Disagree<br />Any additional advice or comments for presentation improvement? <br />What did you like most about the presentation?<br />

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