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Private Foundation Symposium in NYC Features Jacqueline M. Tiso Presenting on “Technology and Security in the Private Foundation World”

JMT Consulting Group’s CEO Jacqueline M. Tiso will be a featured speaker at the 3rd Annual Private Foundations Tax and Accounting Symposium hosted by O’Connor Davies Munns & Dobbins LLP on Thursday, December 9, 2010 at the Yale Club of New York City.

In addition to Tiso’s presentation on “Technology and Security in the Private Foundation World” other topics include: Compensation issues for private foundation trustees; Rebranding your mission; Streamlining your grant-making; New York Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act (NYPMIFA) – How will it affect your private foundation; and Private Foundation tax update.

The event is designed to update private foundation trustees, executives and staff on new and developing issues in the private foundation community.  Topical issues will be discussed and analyzed by industry leaders.  Those interested in how private foundations are managing in challenging times will benefit from attending this symposium.

If you are interest in attending, click here.  Please note that seating is limited.

The event will run from 8:15 – 11:00 a.m. Thursday, December 9, 2010 at the Yale Club of New York City, Grand Ballroom, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue, between 44th and 45th Streets, New York, NY.

 

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