Building Wealth Today for Tomorrow Summit 2024

Sat, Oct 12, 2024, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm CT

UIC Forum
725 W Roosevelt Rd
Chicago, Illinois 60607, United States (US)

12 Oct

About the Event

Join the “Building Wealth Today for Tomorrow” Summit! 🌟

Are you ready to unlock financial success? Look no further than the “Building Wealth Today for Tomorrow Financial Empowerment Summit” (BWTT)—Chicago’s premier event for empowering residents like you!

🔑 Why Attend?

  • Expert Insights: Learn from seasoned professionals, industry leaders, and financial experts who will share practical strategies for wealth accumulation.
  • Community Connection: Connect with like-minded individuals, community organizations, and local businesses—all committed to your financial well-being.
  • Actionable Workshops: Dive into interactive workshops that provide real-world tools for building long-term wealth.
  • Secure Your Future: Discover how to safeguard your financial future and create lasting prosperity.

The City Treasurer’s Office is committed to providing accessibility for all individuals, including people with disabilities. To request accessibility, please contact Amanda Brown at Amanda.Brown@cityofchicago org or 312-744-5695.

Location

UIC Forum
725 W Roosevelt Rd
Chicago, Illinois 60607, United States (US)

Date and Time

Sat, Oct 12, 2024, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm CT

RSVP

BWTT
Type: General Admission

Sale ends Fri, Oct 11, 2024, 12:00 am CT
Free

Refund Policy

No refunds offered.

Organizer

Chicago Treasurer’s Office

The Treasurer’s Office is committed to fulfilling this mission in a highly professional and ethical manner, while striving for transparency, efficiency, and preservation of public trust.

The Office of the City Treasurer serves as the banker, investor and custodian of public funds for the City of Chicago and the four City of Chicago employee pension funds. As the City’s investor, the Treasurer’s office oversees a $9 billion portfolio designed to protect and grow the city’s investments.

The Treasurer seeks to do more than simply earn money for the city; she seeks to positively impact the individual lives of Chicago residents in every neighborhood. The Office equitably promotes financial empowerment and small business growth in Chicago’s neighborhoods, working to ensure that every community has the tools it needs to develop and sustain its small businesses. The Office seeks to provide valuable services to citizens through research, best practices in financial management, and transparent, data-driven decision-making.

The City Treasurer has three main functions:

  • Banker: The City Treasurer is responsible for maintaining all records and accounts associated with the City’s operating funds, as well as the escrow accounts held with various trustee banks.
  • Investor: The City Treasurer is the Chief Investment Officer for the City and is responsible for managing the City’s investment portfolio.
  • Advocate: The City Treasurer is authorized to conduct educational programs, provide counseling, and disseminate information regarding financial education, small business support, and access to banking for residents of the City.

Organizer

Chicago Treasurer’s Office

The Treasurer’s Office is committed to fulfilling this mission in a highly professional and ethical manner, while striving for transparency, efficiency, and preservation of public trust.

The Office of the City Treasurer serves as the banker, investor and custodian of public funds for the City of Chicago and the four City of Chicago employee pension funds. As the City’s investor, the Treasurer’s office oversees a $9 billion portfolio designed to protect and grow the city’s investments.

The Treasurer seeks to do more than simply earn money for the city; she seeks to positively impact the individual lives of Chicago residents in every neighborhood. The Office equitably promotes financial empowerment and small business growth in Chicago’s neighborhoods, working to ensure that every community has the tools it needs to develop and sustain its small businesses. The Office seeks to provide valuable services to citizens through research, best practices in financial management, and transparent, data-driven decision-making.

The City Treasurer has three main functions:

  • Banker: The City Treasurer is responsible for maintaining all records and accounts associated with the City’s operating funds, as well as the escrow accounts held with various trustee banks.
  • Investor: The City Treasurer is the Chief Investment Officer for the City and is responsible for managing the City’s investment portfolio.
  • Advocate: The City Treasurer is authorized to conduct educational programs, provide counseling, and disseminate information regarding financial education, small business support, and access to banking for residents of the City.

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