The RegentAtlantic Wall Street Women Forum® provides a unique opportunity for high-level women on Wall Street to gather with their peers to address career and personal issues in the face of the rapidly changing landscape of the industry. By invitation only, the Forum is limited to women with significant experience and responsibility in the industry. The Forum is renowned for its reputation for delivering high quality, actionable content to support the participants’ continued professional and personal success.
For You, By You: The Forum is designed to reflect specifically what you most want to hear about and whom you most want to hear from. Already, over 300 Wall Street women (and some men) have shared their valuable, candid insights to shape the programs.
What’s most important to you is what’s most important to the Wall Street Women Forum.
Eight Years of Impact and Counting
Starting with the inaugural Forum in 2010, RegentAtlantic has hosted a series of powerful events for high-level women on Wall Street addressing what’s foremost on their minds:
2017 | Recharging in Times of Change
2016 | Shifting Gears on Your Journey
2015 | Unlocking Your Full Potential
2014 | Success on Your Own Terms
2013 | Reaching Your Summit: Big, Bold Moves that Count
2012 | Headwinds & Tailwinds on Wall Street: Excelling in Turbulent Times
2011 | Claiming Your Seat at the Table
2010 | Reinventing Your Career for the “New” Wall Street
Additional events hosted for the Forum community:
October 14, 2015 – You and Your Aging Parents: Navigating the Legal, Financial, and Emotional Maze. Hosted in partnership with Toppan Vite New York.
October 9, 2013 – An Exclusive Evening with Theory: Networking, shopping and raising funds for Girls, Inc. of New York City’s financial literacy program.
October 17, 2013 – A Real Cliffhanger: Tax and Estate Planning Strategies and Opportunities in the Face of Uncertainty
Hosted in partnership with the New York Chapter of The Women of EisnerAmper
October 26, 2010 – Negotiate Like the Big Boys
Hosted in partnership with the New York City office of Duane Morris