Insights, strategies, and solutions with your business in mind
The Future of Insurance speaker series provides direct and exclusive access to thought leaders in insurance, finance, and politics. These leading experts share topical and timely perspectives on industry trends affecting HNW and UHNW communities — curated especially for M Financial Group, our key advisors, and our partners.
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UPCOMING SPEAKERS

Thank you for your interest in the Future of Insurance series. Our next speakers will be announced soon. Please check back for details, and watch recordings of previous sessions below.

our past speakers

Watch the replay of previous sessions with some of the top minds in economics, finance, politics, and consumer behavior.
June 29, 2022
Tod Nasser & Alex Silva
Pacific Life & John Hancock
Tod and Alex discuss how changes at the macroeconomic level impact crediting rates, IUL caps, pricing, and more.
November 17, 2021
Jay Adkisson
Adkisson Pitet LLP
Attorney Jay Adkisson explores how life insurance can be an effective asset protection tool in trusts and estate planning.
November 11, 2021
Andy Friedman
The Washington Update
In this special legislative session, Washington insider Andy Friedman discusses proposed tax changes and the latest congressional developments.
October 27, 2021
Todd Buchholz
Todd Buchholz shares his insights as an acclaimed economist, hedge fund manager, and best-selling author of books on economics and leadership.
September 29, 2021
Ella Chase
Wellth Works
Ella Chase discusses tactics that advisors can use to forge stronger connections with female wealth inheritors and creators—and their families.
August 18, 2021
Dr. Tracy Brower
Steelcase 360
Dr. Tracy Brower covers new research and pragmatic approaches to cultivate and sustain resilience through the changes in how we work.
June 23, 2021
Andy Friedman
The Washington Update
Andy returns to share insights on proposed tax changes and what this could mean for the insurance industry.
June 23, 2021
Dan Ariely
Duke University
Dan is known for his research on behavioral economics. He’ll lead an engaging discussion on his findings and their relevance to financial decisions.
April 15, 2021
Paul Sullivan
The New York Times
Paul writes the Wealth Matters column for The New York Times covering topics from private banking and wealth management to philanthropy.
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