A National Roundtable on Saving and Investing will launch a campaign to motivate Americans to "get the facts" they need to achieve financial security.

Media Advisory

 

WHAT:   A National Roundtable on Saving and Investing will launch a campaign to motivate Americans to "get the facts" they need to achieve financial security. The two-hour forum, sponsored by the Securities and Exchange Commission, will feature leading voices from government, business, consumer organizations and the media who will address ways to overcome critical barriers to saving and investing wisely.
     
WHERE:   Federal Trade Commission, Room 432
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20580
     
WHEN:   Monday, March 30, 1998
10 am - noon
(Room will be open at 9 am for camera set-up)
     
WHO:   Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt; Federal Trade Commission Chairman Robert Pitofsky; New York Stock Exchange Chairman Richard Grasso; National Association of Securities Dealers Chairman Frank Zarb; North American Securities Administrators Association President Denise Voight Crawford, and other experts.
     
CONTACT:   John Nester,
U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission
202-942-7083