OKLAHOMA CITY, April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Finding the right job in retirement and protecting your nest egg will be the topics of a keynote conversation from 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m. on May 6th at the 40th Annual Oklahoma Conference on Aging to be held at the Embassy Suites Norman - Hotel and Conference Center in Norman, Oklahoma.
The keynote conversation taking place during the second day of the May 5-7th conference will feature: AARP jobs expert, New York Times columnist, and award-winning author Kerry Hannon; Don Blandin, president and CEO, Investor Protection Institute; and Irving L. Faught, administrator, Oklahoma Securities Commission.
The May 6th day of the conference is open to Oklahoma professionals, students, and advocates in the field of aging. To register before the April 24th deadline, go to www.OKAgingConference.com. Those wishing to register online for just the keynote conversation/luncheon on May 6th may do so for $30.
The Oklahoma Aging Conference is one of the largest of its kind in the nation. In 2014, more than 2,300 attendees participated in the three-day event. The conference features 60 breakout sessions, a Wellness Expo, film festival, more than 60 exhibitors and other activities.
To see the full agenda, go to www.OKAgingConference.com.
The mission of the Oklahoma Securities Commission (http://www.securities.ok.gov/) is investor protection through the administration and enforcement of the Oklahoma Uniform Securities Act of 2004, an act prohibiting fraud in securities transactions and requiring the registration of broker-dealers, agents, investment advisers and investment adviser representatives and the registration of securities. The Oklahoma Securities Commission is the policy making and governing authority of the Oklahoma Department of Securities. The Commission comprises five members appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of the Senate.
The Investor Protection Institute (http://www.iInvest.org) is an independent nonprofit organization that advances investor protection by conducting and supporting unbiased research and groundbreaking education programs. IPI serves as an independent source of unbiased and non-commercial investor education materials.
SOURCE Investor Protection Institute, Washington, DC