Gemini Companies Bring Fundsters to Music City

>Gemini Companies Bring Fundsters to Music City

Gemini Companies Bring Fundsters to Music City

By | 2020-06-16T16:03:43-04:00 September 19, 2015|Back-Office Services, Distribution|

Fundsters are converging on Music City next week, and they won’t be the only financial services folk there.

On Monday the Gemini Companies will kick off their Adviser Forum 2015. The mutual fund back-office and distribution specialist’s event is part of the NorthStar Summit held by its parent company, Omaha, Nebraska-based NorthStar Financial Group, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Two of Gemini’s sister companies, Orion Adviser Services and ETF strategist CLS Investments will also be part of the overall summit.

This will be the third NorthStar summit, and the first since private equity giant TA Associates bought a stake in NorthStar earlier this year. NorthStar expects 425 attendees, including more than 200 investment advisers. More than 100 of those advisers offer their own mutual funds or hedge funds.

The three-day conference will feature a keynote speech from Shark Tank star Daymond John as well as the “Song Sessions” event. Offsite activities will include: clay pigeon shooting, backstage tours of Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Ole Opry, and visiting the home of Andrew Jackson. The agenda kicks off Monday afternoon and concludes with boxed lunches on Wednesday.

The summit’s sponsors include: Advisers Preferred, advisory World, Alston & Bird, ArrowShares, bbd, Broadridge, Celera, Cohen Fund Audit Services, eMoney, Envision Financial Systems, GraydonHead, inContact, iShares, JCPR, Junxure, KCG, KTrade, McGladrey, Nationwide, PCS, PowerShares, Quantum, Spectra Professional Services, Starkweather & Shepley, StatPro, SIG, Tait|Weller, TD Ameritrade Institutional, Thompson Hine, Union Bank, and WallaceBeth.

Story courtesy of MutualFundWire.com. Visit the story here.

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