Please call Pam at (901) 261-4671 or email by 4:00pm, 2 days prior to meeting date.

 

credit cards are accepted online only.

Additional fees apply.

 

An online payment serves as registration but must be made prior to the deadline.

 

Refunds available prior to deadline only.

No-Shows will be billed for dinner.

 

Make that reservation today.

 

Do some networking, learn something new, offer your insight, be seen and be heard.

 

CSI is for you, our members, so participate.

MEMBER and/or GUEST

CSI-S STUDENT

$25.00

$12.50

M E M P H I S C H A P T E R O F C S I

Monthly Program

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Myths of Investing: How to Position Oneself Best When the Next Big Downturn Occurs

By Joseph DeLisi, Chartwell Financial Group

 

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Racquet Club at 5111 Sanderlin Ave

5:30p social, 6:00 dinner, 7:00 program

 

Joes dynamic presentation will provide an educational, yet exciting look at finance.

 

Many studies in personal finance show that the difference in success and failure is BEHAVIOR. Please take the time to attend this event, as the more educated you are, the better behavior you will have as it pertains to building your balance sheet!


Add to Calendar 08-14-2014 17:30 08-14-2014 20:00 11 CSI Memphis | Myths of Investing: How to Position Oneself Best When the Next Big Downturn Occurs Presented by Joseph DeLisi, Chartwell Financial Group 5111 Sanderlin Ave Memphis, TN 38111 Mike Zielinski mzielinski@lrk.com
Text Box: Joseph DeLisi, Chartwell Financial Group

Joseph DeLisi, CFP, ChFC, has spent more than 17 years helping high income people navigate the often confusing world of personal finance. His passion is to effectively communicate complex concepts in a way that clients can completely understand and be encouraged to act. 

An original LBS faculty member, Joe is an annual Executive Club qualifier whose entire professional career has been in the field as an FR. Authenticity is one of the words prior students in Joes LBS classes repeatedly use to describe his way of communication in an instructional setting.