Why Go?

Where Businesses Grow And Deals Are Made.

Designed for all industry professionals who sponsor, analyze, market, distribute or sell alternative investments.

Several educational sessions will be available, many of which qualify for Continuing Education credit.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet face-to-face with nearly 1,000 leading industry professionals and visit with nearly 80 event exhibitors.

Event Schedule

*draft as of 10/1/2019


  • Monday, October 14
    12:00 PM - 1:45 PM
    ADISA Women's Initiative Reception and Lunch


    Looking Forward: Building a Solid Foundation for Your Career Now and in the Future

    Moderator: Deborah Froling, Kutak Rock
    Panelists: Janice Olson; Kimsey Bailey, CNL Securities; Sara Borazan, North Capital Private Securities

    2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    (1) Practice Management for Registered Reps

    NOLITA 1

    This session will provide great insight into the inner workings of some top financial adviser offices who are active in the alternative investment space. What really goes on “behind the curtain” at the adviser level for alternative investments. Among some of the topics we plan to discuss:

    • Adviser level due diligence and compliance sensitivities;
    • Practical challenges of working with AI products within a larger advice platform, whether BD or RIA;
    • How may pending positive operational and regulatory changes impact your overall practice? What are the top three ways for a sponsor to make sure you never use their products?
    This expert panel will help other advisers, sponsors and service providers better understand why some AI programs can look great on the whiteboard, or even make it through the due diligence process, but just don't get used by some smart adviser offices.


    Coordinator: Kirk Montgomery, Montgomery Law
    Presenters:Robin Edgar, Edgar Financial Group; Rick Chess, Crescent Securities
    (2) Oil & Gas Mineral Rights: A Durable Yet Unrecognized Real Estate Investment Alternative

    NOLITA 2

    When it comes to real estate alternatives, conventional segments such as multifamily, retail, office, storage, industrial and mix-use immediately come to mind. Interestingly, and despite the presence of opportune market fundamentals associated with oil/gas today, investments in mineral rights such as royalties and working interests often go unappreciated. Despite this observation, however, mineral rights are well positioned from a market perspective and can provide opportunities for income, growth, and diversification when properly vetted and planned. In a number of cases, these investments can also provide an array of attractive income tax planning benefits that make them efficient from a total return perspective (i.e., including depletion allowances, IDCs, and 1031 like kind exchange, and qualified opportunity zone program opportunities). This session will explore the various program features, economic performance considerations, risks, and analytics relating to oil and gas mineral rights as a true real estate investment alternative.

    Session Coordinator: Brad Updike, Mick | Law
    Moderator: Brad Updike, Mick | Law
    Presenters: Rhett Gist, Montego Energy Partners; Matthew Iak, U.S. Energy Development Corporation; Brandon Burger, Resource Royalty

    (3) Battle of the DDO Stars: Which DST/1031 Product Will Get Approved and Why?


    In this session we will present a number of DST case studies of commonly found industry sponsor and program attributes to a panel of DDO all-stars. They will have to pick only one program/sponsor for their platform and defend why they made that choice. The case studies will include factors such as newer sponsors with above average prior track record outside the broker-dealer channel, and sponsors more experienced with the program type and broker-dealer channel, but perhaps with less than stellar track record. See how the DDOs weight these and other factors in their decision making process.

    Session Coordinator: Paula Miterko, Miterko & Associates
    Facilitator: Paula Miterko, Miterko & Associates
    Presenters: Dave Laga, DFPG Investments; Rick Murphy, Berthel Fisher; Rajeev Kotyan, Innovative Advisory Group
    3:10 PM - 4:15 PM
    (4) The Evolution of Broker-Dealers

    NOLITA 1

    Join us for a discussion on the evolution of the broker-dealer over the last few years as we talk about the different pressures that the IBD faces along with the adaptations that the IBD made in the past in response to pressures. We will then look at what pressures face the IBD today and what potential adaptations that we might see as we try to predict the future.

    Session Coordinator: Peter Magnuson, Ladenburg Thalmann
    Moderator: Peter Magnuson, Ladenburg Thalmann
    Presenters: Bill Robbins, WealthForge; Mark Kosanke, Concorde Investment Services
    3:10 PM - 4:15 PM
    (5) Blockchain, FinTech & RegTech and Reg A & Crowdfunding

    NOLITA 2

    This session will focus on providing important updates on how technology is changing the way that we do business. Attendees will hear from leading blockchain firms about how that technology is impacting the sale and tracking of alternative investments, as well as from experts who will talk about the impact of technology (including blockchain), on Reg A and crowdfunding offerings. The session will conclude with a discussion of where technology is taking the alternative industry.

    Session Coordinator: John Grady, Practus
    Facilitator: John Grady, Practus
    Presenters: Rhys James, Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & Frank; Scotte Carter, Monolith Global Partners; Tobin McComas, Openfinance; Alfred Ritter, CIM Group; Ned Montenecourt, Phoenix American Financial Services
    (6) Third-Party Opinions: Fair, Balanced, Fees & Accountability


    Some broker-dealers and RIAs outsource some of their alternative due diligence review to third-party vendors, including law firms and consulting firms. This panel will focus on issues affecting broker-dealers and sponsors as they navigate the due diligence process, with a focus on accountability and accuracy.

    Key factors for consideration of third-party due diligence services to be addressed include:

    • The Due Diligence Report: facts vs. advice vs. opinion?
    • The Engagement Process: who chooses whom?
    • Fees and compensation arrangements: who pays and how?
    • Conflicts of interest: what are the conflicts and how are they mitigated?
    • Accuracy: what factors affect accuracy of due diligence reports?

    Session Coordinator: Todd Snyder, Snyder Kearney
    Moderator: Todd Snyder, Snyder Kearney
    Participants: Michael Miller, Sigma Financial; Dana Woodbury, Buttonwood Financial Services; Matt Malone, FS Investments
    4:30 PM - 5:00 PM
    Conference Kick-Off

    BELMONT 4, 8

    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    General Session I: Industry & Sector Update

    BELMONT 4, 8

    Get the most current numbers and trends, newly synchronized for smoother presentation of essential updates for our major sector—providing overview and featured drill downs: 1031s, REITs, Opportunity Zones, Energy, BDCs, Interval Funds and new sales and channel data.

    Presenters: Mike Kell, AI Insight; Taylor Garrett, Mountain Dell Consulting; Kevin Gannon, Robert A. Stanger & Co.; Mike Andrews, SS&C Technologies
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Cocktail Reception & Exhibition


  • Tuesday, October 15
    8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    Breakfast & Exhibition


    9:00 AM - 9:45 AM
    General Session II: Legislative & Regulatory Update

    BELMONT 4, 8

    Latest news from national and state capitals on issues affecting our industry. FINRA, NASAA and other regulators will present.

    Moderator: Thomas Rosenfield, ADISA Government Relations, HillStaffer
    Participant: Joe Price, FINRA; Lisa Hopkins, NASAA President-Elect; TBA, SEC
    9:45 AM - 10:25 AM
    L & R Updates from the U.S. Department of the Treasury

    BELMONT 4, 8

    With the advent of 2016’s Tax Reform, much has changed in the investment space. ADISA’s leadership will discuss recent happenings and their importance to our space in a fireside chat format with Dan Kowalski at the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

    Moderator: Larry Sullivan, ADISA President-Elect, Passco Companies
    Panelists: Daniel Kowalski, Counselor to the Secretary, U.S. Department of the Treasury; Darryl Steinhause, ADISA Legal Counsel, DLA Piper
    10:25 AM - 10:45 AM
    Break & Exhibition


    10:45 AM - 11:35 AM
    (7) It’s All About the Ease of Doing Business: Non-traded Redeemable Preferred Stock Offerings

    NOLITA 1

    This session will explore the ease of doing business for the registered rep, advisor, investor and the broker dealer when investing in non-traded preferred stock offerings. We will also delve into the use of technology throughout the trade order process. Moreover, we will probe into the important valuation metrics and considerations that make these covered securities so appealing. Come and discover for yourself why non-traded preferred stock offerings may be the greatest product innovation of the last decade.

    Session Coordinator: Craig Merkt, Calton & Associates
    Reporter: Craig Merkt, Calton & Associates
    Participants: Greg Mausz, Preferred Capital Securities; Josh Hoffman, Bluerock; Peter Magnuson, Ladenburg Thalmann
    (8) Private Equity: Offerings & Opportunities


    This session is aimed to introduce and/or enhance financial advisor knowledge on the highly competitive private equity business. Session includes introduction to private equity, structure, funding cycles, deal sourcing and underwriting, portfolio management, negotiated exit strategies and where/when an advisor should allocate funds.               

    Session coordinator: Brian Buehler, Triton Pacific Securities
    Facilitator: Jean Merriman, The Strategic Financial Alliance
    Presenters: Brian Buehler, Triton Pacific Securities; Grant Mathey, Mick | Law
    (9) Making the Most of a Sponsor On-Site Visit

    NOLITA 2

    It’s not about the free trip. It’s about learning the business, the people and the assets. How do you make the most out of your time? How do you get past the fluff to the real material you need to make an informed decision? Our panel of experts will help you crack the code on how to get the information you need.

    Session Coordinator: Jan Ryan, JCC Advisors
    Moderator: Jan Ryan, JCC Advisors
    Participants: Paula Miterko, Miterko & Associates; Tim Witt, Concorde Investment Services; Vali Nasr, Claraphi Advisory Network
    11:45 AM - 12:35 PM
    (10) Fundamentals & Best Practices of Alts

    NOLITA 1

    Please join moderator Daniel Oschin of Shopoff Realty Investments, along with panelists (listed below), as they discuss answers to these and other elemental questions surrounding the world of alternative investments from the perspective of sponsors and financial advisory professionals alike.
    During this session, you can expect to learn:

    • Why alt investments are structured as they are;
    • How financial advisory professionals find these investments;
    • How sponsors and financial advisory professionals communicate throughout the due diligence process and beyond


    Session Coordinator: Kate Stephany, FactRight
    Moderator: Daniel Oschin, Shopoff Realty Investments
    Presenters: Derek Peterson, Genesis Capital; Brian Buehler, Triton Pacific Securities; Faraz Sattar, Accretive Wealth Management
    (11) Harnessing the Power of Marketing and Technology to Boost Sales

    NOLITA 2

    One of the most often misunderstood and under-utilized strategies to make yourself and your products stand out in an increasingly complex landscape is the effective use of marketing and technology.

    Join us for a candid discussion with a panel familiar with a spectrum of products ready to provide tips and tools you can use to generate leads, personalize your marketing initiatives, deliver relevant content and optimize your digital user experience to increase the impact of your efforts and grow your business.

    Session Coordinator: Rebecca Cleary, Spotlight Marketing Communications
    Presenters: Kevin Hull, Robert A. Stanger & Co.; Damon Elder, Spotlight Marketing Communications; Paul Cullen, Preferred Apartment Communities; Kara Howard, MBD Solutions
    (12) Emerging Products


    Join us as we examine some of the newest concepts to employ for portfolio construction. What new products might have an impact on future portfolio allocations? We will look at newer aspects of Opportunity Zone investing as we transition to what is the next new opportunity as well as examine liquidity needs and options being developed for meeting those.

    Session Coordinator: Mark Petersen, MBD Solutions
    Moderator: Mark Petersen, MBD Solutions
    Participants: Merriah Harkins, GWG Holdings; Chris Milner, Cantor Fitzgerald; Matthew Iak, U.S. Energy Development Corporation
    12:35 PM - 1:45 PM
    Lunch & Exhibition


    1:45 PM - 2:35 PM
    (13) 1031s: Beyond Site Visits

    NOLITA 1

    When evaluating a replacement property, investors often dedicate a significant amount of their time to assessing the superficial attributes of the property and its location and fail to thoroughly observe the wide array of other factors that can affect the performance of their investment. In this session, industry experts will share their insights into these other factors including topics such a fees & expenses, master lease structure, financial projections, leverage utilization, capital budgets and reserves.

    Session Coordinator: Scott Street, Griffin Capital Company
    Moderator: Alan Lincoln, Mick | Law
    Participants: Rahul Sehgal, Inland Private Capital Corporation; Eric Kaplan, Griffin Capital Company; Brian Nelson, NP Private Capital
    (14) Non-traded REITs 2.0 – Is This Time Different?


    The non-traded REIT market has undergone significant evolution in recent years – major changes to structures, large “institutional” sponsors entering the market, a proliferation of share classes and fee compression. Regardless, there still are many questions whether these products are able to meet the goals of investors – sustainable high levels of current income, potential for growth, and principal protection. Join this diverse panel of experts for perspectives across the industry – product sponsors, advisory firms and due diligence analysts.

    Session Coordinator: Matthew Malone, FS Investments
    Moderator: Matthew Malone, FS Investments
    Participants: Todd Snyder, Snyder Kearney; Jason Kavanaugh, Concorde Investment Services; Michael Ezzell, Inland Real Estate Investment Corporation
    (15) Regulatory Micro-Evolution

    NOLITA 2

    With all of the recent regulatory changes and proposals affecting the securities industry, there are many constituencies which are influencing the impact of these changes. We will have a roundtable discussion about the specific recent efforts of influence and the potential impacts.

    Session Coordinator: Catherine Bowman, The Bowman Law Firm
    Presenters: John Grady, Practus; Larry Sullivan, Passco Companies; Thomas Rosenfield, HillStaffer
    2:45 PM - 3:35 PM
    (16) BDCs/Interval Funds: Credit Strategies


    Interval funds have been growing in popularity and the underlying strategies within them continue to expand. BDCs remain active including institutional managers coming into the non-traded space as they embrace the opportunity. Participate in this session to learn more about the varying strategies, opportunities and considerations in today’s credit markets.

    Session Coordinator: Mike Kell, AI Insight
    Moderator: Mike Kell, AI Insight
    Participants: Chris Reece, FS Investments; Aaron Rosen, Pinhook Capital; Joseph Roth, Prospect Capital Management
    (17) Mergers & Acquisitions Activity

    NOLITA 1

    Who’s buying and who’s selling? What does the mergers and acquisition climate look like for both IBDs and RIAs? What will drive M&A activity in the near term? How will it impact how clients are taken care of?

    Session Coordinator: John Grady, Practus 
    Moderator: John Grady, Practus
    Participants: Kevin Gannon, Robert A. Stanger & Co.; Deborah Froling, Kutak Rock; Peter Blum, Ladenburg Thalmann
    (18) Cybersecurity: What You Need to Know and How You Maintain Compliance

    NOLITA 2

    Cybersecurity affects everyone in all aspects of business and life. What do you need to know to make sure your firm is in compliance? We will hear from FINRA about the resources they have available, the risks to be avoided, and what has been found in exams, a service provider which assists broker-dealers in building out their cybersecurity programs and broker-dealers which have built out their cybersecurity programs.

    Session Coordinator: Catherine Bowman, The Bowman Law Firm
    Moderator: Catherine Bowman, The Bowman Law Firm
    Participants: Mickey McGuire, Acorn Tech Services; David Kelley, FINRA; Larry Lyons, Kalos Financial
    3:35 PM - 4:00 PM
    Break & Exhibition


    4:00 PM - 4:50 PM
    (19) Stepping into an RIA's Shoes

    NOLITA 1

    Learn how IARs can work within independent Registered Investment Advisors who provide a plethora of services, including portfolio and investment management that includes non-publicly traded assets. The discussions will be centered around use of marketing, sales, service, operations and use of technology, and what an IAR should want and expect from their firm to build their business and maintain their long-term relationships with their clients.

    Session Coordinator: Rajeev Kotyan, Innovative Advisory Group
    Moderator: Rajeev Kotyan, Innovative Advisory Group
    Participant: Burton Brown, Atomi Financial Group; JP Dahdah, Vantage IRAs
    (20) Social Media Use: How Sponsors/IBDs/RIAs Can Leverage a Digital Voice

    NOLITA 2

    The significance of social media is increasing tremendously, making an online presence invaluable when done well. The panelists will discuss the importance of creating meaningful and timely content in order to become a valuable source of information while adhering to industry rules and regulations. The discussion will outline strategies to build your brand’s presence, how to gain more online followers and ultimately how that may result in more business and deeper client relationships.

    Session Coordinator: Sydney Morgan, Capital Square 1031
    Moderator: Tanya Muro, NB Private Capital
    Participants: Eric Paul, Four Springs Capital Trust; Colin Cosgrove, Inland Real Estate Investment Corporation; Tara Kassal, Waypoint Residential
    (21) Ongoing Underwriting: BD/RIA Needs & Sponsor Requirements


    There’s much more to a deal than just early stage cash flow projections, assumptions, and PPM pro-formas. Moderated by a third-party due diligence specialist, this session features a detailed discussion on the importance of ongoing underwriting. Learn why communication from sponsors can be critical in helping a BD or RIA understand where we are in the investment stage or lifecycle, how the investment is performing, and what key barometers to look for going forward. Come join this lively and insightful forum to help gain a better understanding of the building blocks needed to ensure accurate accountability of asset monitoring from sponsor, broker-dealer and RIA viewpoints.

    Session Coordinator: Janet Cook, NB Private Capital
    Moderator: Catherine Bowman, The Bowman Law Firm
    Participants: Bart Malcom, MBD Solutions; Vali Nasr, Claraphi Advisory Network; Dave Laga, DFPG Investments
    5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    General Session III: Keynote Speaker Roger Staubach

    BELMONT 4, 8


    "Teamwork is Everything"

    NFL Football and Real Estate Legend Roger Staubach on teams, strategy, and success.

    • Founded The Staubach Company in 1977; Sold to JLL for $600+ Million in 2008
    • Two-Time Super Bowl Champion
    • Super Bowl MVP
    • Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductee
    • Heisman Trophy Winner

    Keynote address provided courtesy of:


    6:15 PM - 7:15 PM
    Cocktail Reception & Exhibition


  • Wednesday, October 16
    7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    Breakfast & Exhibition


    9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    General Session IV: CEO Panel

    BELMONT 4, 8

    Best-in-class CEO panel from the alternatives industry. Discussions will include recent trends, economic effects, and future directions.

    Session Coordinator: Greg Mausz, Preferred Capital Securities
    Moderator: ADISA President Greg Mausz, Preferred Capital Securities
    Participants: Jason Kavanaugh, Concorde Investment Services; Michael Schwartz, SmartStop Asset Management; Lisa Robinson, Carter Multifamily; Louis Rogers, Capital Square 1031; Mike Bendix, DFPG Investments; Corey Maple, Legendary Capital
    10:10 AM - 11:00 AM
    (22) Broker-Dealer/Registered Rep Roundtable


    Join us for a conversation with an advisor who has dropped his FINRA affiliation and now practices solely as an Investment Advisor Representative. We will talk about the factors that lead to the decision, the preparations made for the transition, the impact on the profitability of the firm, the warning signs that a broker-dealer should be aware of, and what the broker-dealer could have done to keep the advisor or delay his departure. Questions will be taken from the floor.

    Session Coordinator: Kurt Tesh
    (23) RIA/Family Office Roundtable

    NOLITA 1

    Our popular gathering of RIA principals and key management personnel is designed to be the RIA voice within ADISA. This free exchange of ideas is often lively, as participants brainstorm possible solutions to problems that are unique to RIAs and their Investment Advisor Representatives.
    Topics include:
    Practice Management – Technology
    Practice Management – Custody
    Practice Management – Due Diligence beyond third-party DD
    and more!

    Session Coordinator: Rajeev Kotyan, Innovative Wealth Advisors
    Facilitators: Rajeev Kotyan, Innovative Wealth Advisors; Paula Miterko, Miterko & Associates
    Speaker: Al Haworth, Waypoint Residential
    (24) Sponsor Roundtable

    NOLITA 2

    Hot topics from the Sponsor perspective

    Session Coordinator: Greg Mausz, Preferred Capital Securities
    Moderator: Greg Mausz, Preferred Capital Securities
    Participants: Brian Buehler, Triton Pacific Securities

Education Tracks

  • Broker-Dealer

    - Practice Management for Registered Representatives
    - Broker-Dealer/Registered Representative Roundtable
    - The Evolution of Broker-Dealers

  • RIA/Family Office

    - "Stepping into RIA Shoes"
    - Operations, Regulations & Technology
    - RIA/Family Office Roundtable

  • Due Diligence

    - Third-Party Due Diligence Opinions -- Fair, Balanced, Fees, Accountability
    - DDQ Process -- A Master Plan for the Masses
    - 1031 Underwriting an Offering & Sponsor

  • Legislative & Regulatory

    - Regulatory Micro-Evolution
    - Mergers & Acquisitions Activity

  • Emerging Products
    -Opportunity Zones
  • Marketing & Technology

    - Best Practices in Marketing & Technology
    - FinTech & Cybersecurity

  • Private Offerings

    - Fundamentals & Best Practices of Alts
    - 1031s: Beyond Site Visits -- Financial Forecasts & Leverage
    - Ongoing Underwriting: Broker-Dealer/RIA Needs & Sponsor Requirements

  • Public Offerings

    - REITs: Who's Hot & Who's Not
    - Preferred Series Offerings
    - BDCs/Interval Funds -- Credit Strategies

  • Specialty

    - Reg A, Crowdfunding & Conservation Easements
    - Private Equity -- Offerings & Opportunities
    - Blockchain, FinTech & RegTech
    - Oil & Gas

  • General Sessions

    - Industry/Sector Update
    - Legislative & Regulatory Update
    - CEO Panel
    - Guest Speaker

Keynote Speaker


Roger T. Staubach

Keynote Speaker
Few players at any level of football ever generated as much excitement as Roger Staubach did every time he took a snap from center. If one characteristic symbolized his daring play more than any other did, it was his uncanny ability to lead the Dallas Cowboys to come-from-behind victories. He engineered no less than 23 fourth quarter comebacks that produced victories, fourteen in the final two minutes of the game or in overtime. Roger played his entire 11 years of professional football with the Dallas Cowboys and was the starting quarterback for eight of those years. He led the team to four Super Bowls achieving victories in Super Bowls VI and XII. His pro career was culminated by his selection into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985, his first year of eligibility.

Roger received a late start in professional football as he fulfilled four years active duty with the United States Navy after graduating from the Naval Academy. He separated from active service as a Lieutenant following a distinguished career that included overseas duty in Vietnam for one year. Staubach left a legacy at Annapolis. As a junior in 1963, he was named recipient of college football’s top honor, the Heisman Trophy and he is the only midshipman to win the Thompson Trophy Cup for best all-around athlete three consecutive years.

Staubach has carried over the same winning attitude and traits from his successful football career into his business career. During football off-seasons, he worked for the Henry S. Miller Company and then started The Staubach Company in 1977. In 2008, The Staubach Company merged with Jones Lang LaSalle. Today, he is Executive Chairman - Americas of Jones Lang LaSalle. The company is known for its full service capabilities, unparalleled standard of business and personal ethics and dedication to providing innovative real estate solutions for clients.

Roger and his wife, Marianne, have five children, fifteen grandchildren, all of whom reside in Dallas. Roger continues to be involved in the American Cancer Society Annual Children’s Luncheon and many community and charitable activities and professional organizations. He is currently on the Board of Jones Lang LaSalle, AMR Corporation, Cinemark and GWG Holdings.

Attending Companies

  • Associate Firms

    1031 CrowdFunding, LLC
    1031 Financial
    Accretive Wealth Management
    ACG Wealth
    Advanced Strategies Inc.
    Advisory Group Equity Services, Ltd.
    Affinity Real Capital
    Alameda Financial Group
    Alan B Lancz & Associates
    Alta Investment Group
    Alta Ridge LLC
    Alternative Investment, Inc
    Altruist Advisors
    Altruist Capital
    Ameritas Investment Corp.
    Anchor Financial Group
    Angel Rock Advisors
    Archer Investment Advisors
    Archer Investors
    Arete Wealth Management
    Arkadios Capital
    Arrivato, LLC
    Asset Strategy Advisors, LLC
    Atlas Wealth Management Group, LLC
    Atomi Financial Group
    Ausdal Financial Partners, Inc.
    BANDER Investments
    BCJ Capital Management
    Belpointe Asset Management LLC.
    Benchmark Investments, Inc.
    Berthel Fisher & Company Financial Services Inc
    BIMA Capital, LLC
    BJC Financial Group
    Brookstone Capital Management
    BSG&L Financial Services, LLC
    Cabin Securities
    Cabot Lodge Securities, LLC
    Calton & Associates Inc
    Cambria Capital
    Cambridge Investment Research Inc
    Capulent LLC
    Carmandalian Financial Group, LLC
    Cascade Financial Management Inc
    Catalina Capital Group
    Catalyst Wealth Management
    Centaurus Financial Inc
    Centaurus Financial, Inc.
    Center Street Securities, Inc.
    Certis Capital Management
    Cetera Financial Group
    Chalice Capital Partners, LLC
    Chen Planning Consultants, Inc.
    Claraphi Advisory Network, LLC
    Clear Direction Investments LLC
    Clear Stream Advisors
    Coastal Equities, Inc.
    Colorado Financial Service Corporation
    Competitive Edge Wealth Management
    Concorde Asset Management, LLC
    Concorde Investment Services LLC
    Continental Nine Financial Management
    Corcapa 1031 Advisors
    Cornerstone Real Estate Investment Services
    Courtlandt Financial Group, Inc.
    Coyne Capital Managment
    Creative Wealth Advisors, LLC.
    Crescent Securities Group Inc
    Crosspoint Financial, LLC
    Custom Wealth
    Da Vinci Global Consulting, LLC
    David White & Associates
    DEL MAR Wealth Management
    Dempsey Lord Smith, LLC
    Derby and Derby
    DeWitt Wealth Management
    DFPG Investments, Inc.
    Discipline Advisors, Inc.
    Dorado Peak Capital
    Dunn Financial, Inc
    Eagle Wealth Management Group LLC
    EAGLE Wealth Management Group, LLC
    Elmcore Securities LLC
    Emerson Equity LLC
    Equifinancial LLC
    Espinoza Private Wealth Manangement
    Falkirk Capital
    Family Office Investments
    Filippini Investment Advisory
    Financial Architects, Inc.
    Financial Designs, Ltd.
    First Financial Equity Corp.
    First Guardian Group LLC
    FISN/Landolt Securities
    FIT Strategic Advisors LLC
    Fortitude Investment Group
    Fortitude Investments
    FourStar Wealth Advisors, LLC
    Frontier Wealth Strategies, LP
    G2J2 Investment Management
    GCB Private Wealth
    Get 1031 Properties
    Global Value Add Inc.
    Global View Capital Management, LTD
    Global Wealth Partners Inc
    Golden State
    Gotham Investors
    Gradient Securities LLC
    Grand Canyon Financial Advisors
    GRAnderson Wealth Management Group, Inc.
    Great Point Capital
    Harrigan | Teegarden Private Wealth Advisors
    Hartfield Financial & Insurance Services, Inc.
    Heritage Capital Advisors Inc
    Hickory Capital, LLC
    Highpoint Planning Advisors
    Hoover & Associates
    IBN Financial Services, Inc.
    IDB Capital Corp
    IHT Wealth Management
    Income & Wealth Strategies Inc
    Independent Financial Group
    Independent Financial Services Professional
    Innovative Advisory Group, LLC
    INPAC Wealth Solutions
    International Assets Advisory, LLC
    Investment Advisor Associates Inc
    Investment Security Corporation
    IREXA Financial Services / Wealth Strategies
    Jeramie Saoud
    John-Luke Financial
    JRL Capital Advisors
    JRL Capital Corporation
    Kalos Financial, Inc
    Karas Partners Inc.
    Kay Properties and Investments LLC
    Kinsley Family Office
    Kingsley Group
    KMS Financial Services, Inc.
    Knapp Financial Advisors
    Kovar Capital
    Kuhn Wealth Management Inc
    Kuhn Wealth Management Inc.
    Ladenburg Thalmann & Co. INC.
    Lamont Financial Services
    Landolt Securities, Inc.
    Lazari Capital Management Inc.
    LCM Investment Management, LLC
    Legacy Investment Real Estate
    Legacy Wealth Management
    Life Strategies Advisors
    LifeMark Securities Corp
    LightPath Capital, Inc.
    Lincoln Financial Advisors Corporation
    LJCooper Wealth Advisor
    Lionchase Holdings
    Lovell Wealth Management
    M Holdings Securities Inc
    M Stevens Wealth Advisors
    M.A. Hill Brokers
    Madrona Financial
    Martin Tax & Financial Services
    MB Investments
    MBD Solutions
    Mercer Financial Group Ltd.
    Miller Buckfire & Co., LLC
    Mirae Asset Wealth Management
    Moloney Securities - Retail
    Moloney Securities Co., Inc.
    Money Concepts Capital Corp.
    Moregain Capital Group
    My Investment Advisor, Inc.
    Navigo Wealth - Mark Cawyer
    Nelson Securities, Inc.
    Newbridge Securities Corporation
    NexTrend Securities, Inc
    Ni Advisors, Inc.
    Northsight Wealth Management
    NPB Financial Group LLC
    Oak Tree Securities, Inc.
    Orchard Securities -- CTT
    Park Ave Capital Management Intl.
    Passed Pawn Advisors
    Peak Financial Services
    Pearson Capital Management
    Phoenix Financial
    Pinnacle Capital Group
    Pinnacle Equity Management, LLC
    Pinnacle Financial Wealth Management
    Platinum Wealth Group
    Portsea Investments, Inc.
    Purshe Kaplan Sterling Investments
    Quiver Financial
    RCM Investments
    RCX Capital Group, LLC
    RD Heritage Group
    Redmount Capital Partners, LLC
    Regal Securities, Inc.
    RELiANCE Investing
    Reshape Wealth
    Retirement Solutions Inc
    Retirement Solutions, Inc
    Richfield Orion International 
    Ridgeline Asset Management, LLC
    RNR Securities LLC
    Robin Edgar Investments
    Rozell Wealth Management
    Saxony Securities Inc
    SCF Securities Inc
    Schultz Financial Group, Inc.
    Sequence Financial Specialists
    SF Benefits
    Sigma Financial
    Sigma Financial Corporation
    Signature Resources Capital Management, LLC
    Silicon Valley Wealth Management Solutions
    Simons Financial Network
    Solomon Financial Services
    Sourcenet Investment Services
    South Coast Wealth Management
    Southern CA Wealth Management Associates LLC
    Southwestern Advisory Group
    Stax Capital
    Sterling Investment Advisor, Inc.
    Steven Yeh & Associates
    Stone River Capital LLC
    Strategic Advantage Financial
    Strategic Wealth Planning
    Sunbelt Securities, Inc.
    SW Financial
    Synergy Wealth Management
    TADA Wealth Advisors, Inc.
    Tate Asset Management
    Tavel Insurance & Financial Services
    Taylor Advisorory
    The Invicta Group
    The Strategic Financial Alliance
    Thomas J. Wolf, CFP
    Titan Securities
    TKC Wealth Management, LLC
    Trustmont Financial Group, Inc.
    US Capital Investment Management LLC
    Valeo Groupe
    Vestech Securities
    VFG Securities Inc
    Vineet Goyal Financial Group
    WE Alliance Wealth Advisors, Inc.
    West park capital
    West Peak Investments
    Western International Securities, Inc.
    WestPark Capital
    Whitehall-Parker Securities, Inc.
    Widener & Asher Asset Management
    Wilson Wealth Management
    Wychick Investment Advisors Inc
    Xnergy Financial

  • Affiliate Firms

    1031 Ventures, LLC
    *Abacus Life
    Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
    Acorn Technology Services
    AI Insight
    Alternative Investment Exchange (AIX)
    *AmCap Inc
    Baker & McKenzie LLP
    Baker Donelson
    Baker Tilly Capital LLC
    BlackBird Financial LP
    Buttonwood Due Diligence, LLC
    Clarity Finance
    Clear Sky Capital
    *CNB Custody, A Division of Community National Bank
    *Discovery Data
    *DLA Piper
    *Envision Financial Systems, Inc
    *Equity Advisor Solutions
    *Equity Institutional
    *Evolv Capital Partners
    Factright, LLC
    Financial Services Institute Inc.
    FINRA - Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.
    Fredrikson & Byron
    *Go Store It
    *Great Lakes Fund Solutions, Inc.
    *Harbor Platform
    IGF Green RE
    IPA - Institute for Portfolio Alternatives
    Jackson Walker LLP
    JCC Advisors, LLC
    John Ellsworth Companies
    *Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & Frank PLC
    *KINGDOM Trust
    Kirk Montgomery Law, LLC
    Kutak Rock LLP
    *MBD Solutions
    MGL Consulting
    *Mick Law PC, LLO
    Miterko & Associates
    Montgomery Securities
    *North Capital Private Securities
    *NuView Trust
    Opal Group
    *Orchard Securities - MBD
    Patrick Capital Markets, LLC
    Peak Capital solutions
    *Phoenix American Financial Services, Inc.
    Practus LLP
    Real Assets Adviser - Institutional Real Estate Inc.
    Robert A. Stanger & Co., Inc.
    SC Distributors, LLC
    Seward & Kissel LLP
    Seyfarth Shaw LLP
    Skyway Capital Markets
    Snyder Kearney, LLC
    Sorensen Entity Services
    Spotlight Marketing Communications
    *SS&C Technologies
    *STRATA Trust Company
    *The Bowman Law Firm LLC
    The DI Wire
    *The Gladstone Companies
    The MacDonald Family of Companies
    Timbrel Capital
    *UMB Bank, Institutional Banking
    VENTURE.co Holdings, Inc
    West Virginia State Auditor’s Office

  • Sponsor Firms

    37th Parallel Properties
    AEI Capital Corporation
    *American Capital Group
    APX Energy, LLC
    *Archon Private Equity Partners
    Avenue Asset Management
    Baker Tilly Capital
    *Bluerock Real Estate
    *Bourne Financial Group, LLC.
    Calamar Financial Group
    *CAI Investments
    Cannapreneur Partners, LLC.
    *Cantor Fitzgerald
    *Capital Square 1031
    *Capital Square Realty Advisors
    *Carter Multifamily
    CIM Group
    *CM Pacific Capital
    CNL Securities Corp.
    *Core Pacific Advisors, LLC
    *Cottonwood Residential
    *Croatan Investments
    Cunat, Inc
    Dakota REIT
    EcoVest Capital
    EJF Capital LLC
    *EvrSource Capital
    *ExchangeRight Real Estate
    *Flatirons Asset Management, LLC
    Four Springs Capital Trust
    FS Investments
    GK Development Inc.
    *Go Store It
    *Green Rock, LLC
    Greybrook Realty Partners
    *Griffin Capital Company
    Guggenheim Partners
    *GWG Holdings, Inc.
    *Hamilton Point Investments LLC
    *Hamister Group
    *Hines Securities
    *Inland Real Estate Investment Corporation
    InvestX Capital
    John Henry Oil
    KB Exchange Trust
    *King Operating Corporation
    *KWB Hotel Partners, LLC
    *Legendary Capital
    *Livingston Street Capital
    *Lodging Fund REIT III
    MacKenzie Capital Management
    *MCI Megatel Capital Investment
    MDS Energy/National Brokerage Atlantic, Inc.
    *Mewbourne Oil Company
    *Montego Minerals
    *Moody National Companies
    *NB Private Capital
    *Nelson Partners
    Pacific Oak Capital Markets Group
    *Parsonex Capital Partners, LLC
    *Passco Companies LLC
    *Peachtree Hotel Group
    Penn Square Real Estate Group
    Phoenix American Hospitality
    *Preferred Apartment Communities Inc
    PREP Property Group
    Prospect Capital Management
    Resolute Capital Partners
    *Resource Royalty, LLC
    *RK Properties
    *S.T.L. Resources, LLC
    *Sealy & Company
    *Shopoff Realty Investments
    *Sixty West, LLC
    *SmartStop Asset Management, LLC
    Sound West Realty Capital
    *Sovereign Partners
    *Spring Hills Holdings, LLC
    *Starboard Realty Advisors LLC
    *Time Equities Inc
    Tri-Land Properties, Inc.
    Trilogy Real Estate Group
    *Triton Pacific Securities
    Ultimus Fund Solutions
    *US Energy Development Corporation
    *Waypoint Residential
    *Webb Creek Management Group, LLC
    *Wildermuth Securities, LLC
    *Wildlife Partners

*denotes Exhibiting Company

Media Partners

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Exhibitor Info.

Exhibitor Schedule

Set-up Hours:

  • Sunday, October 13
    1:00-6:00 pm
  • Monday, October 14
    8:00 am-4:00 pm

Show hours:

  • Monday, October 14
    6:00-8:00 pm
  • Tuesday, October 15
    8:00 am-7:30 pm
  • Wednesday, October 16
    7:30-9:00 am

Tear-down hours:

  • Wednesday, October 16
    9:00 am-1:00 pm

    *All exhibitor materials must be removed by 1:00 pm.


long-arrow-alt-right All exhibitors need to send a current logo to Jennifer Fitzgerald, Director of Marketing.

Program Book and Mobile App Ads and Materials

Diamond exhibitors receive:
  • Full page, 4-color ad in printed conference program -- DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Logo displayed, linking to URL of choice, in event mobile app - DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Banner ad and landing page in event mobile app -- DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Brief company profile included in the event mobile app -- DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Recognition by category on the ADISA website, select pre-event eblasts, onsite signage and general PowerPoint
Platinum exhibitors receive:
  • Half page, 4-color ad in printed conference program -- DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Brief company profile included in the event mobile app -- DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Logo displayed, linking to URL of choice, in event mobile app -- DUE Friday, September 21, 2019
  • Recognition by category on the ADISA website, select pre-event eblasts, onsite signage and general PowerPoint
Gold exhibitors receive:
  • Brief company profile included in the event mobile app -- DUE September 21, 2019
  • Recognition by category on the ADISA website, select pre-event eblasts, onsite signage and general PowerPoint
  • Logo displayed, linking to URL of choice, in event mobile app
Silver exhibitors receive:
  • Recognition by category on the ADISA website, select pre-event eblasts, onsite signage and general PowerPoint
  • Logo displayed in event mobile app
Bronze exhibitors receive:
  • Recognition by category on the ADISA website, select pre-event eblasts, onsite signage and general PowerPoint
  • Listing in event mobile app
Printed ad specs: (for Diamond and Platinum exhibitors only)
  • Full page: 6x9" vertical, 4-color
  • Half page: 6x4.5" horizontal, 4-color
  • Artwork must be in PDF format.
  • Must be 300 dpi or higher.
  • Include all fonts and graphics embedded in files.
  • Ads smaller than the specified size will be centered on the page.

Please email ads to Jennifer Fitzgerald, jfitzgerald@adisa.org.

ADISA Contact Information

Jennifer Fitzgerald

Director of Marketing


Logo usage
Media inquiries

Tanisha Bibbs, CMP

Director of Event Planning


Problems with the hotel

Erin Balcerzak

Membership Services Coordinator


Conference registration
Booth assignments

Jennifer Fitzgerald

Director of Marketing


Program book
Logo usage
Media questions

GES – Global Experience Specialists, Inc.

Director of Marketing


GES will be onsite show to assist you in coordinating any last minute services, ordering additional products and answering any questions you may have.

Hotel & Travel


All 2019 Annual Conference & Trade Show events will be held at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Due to high volume of registrations for the event, ADISA's room block has expired. We no longer have a waitlist, and recommend any late registrants book directly with The Cosmopolitan  (https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/ or 702.698.7575).


BEWARE of hotel reservation scams: There are several hotel reservation “pirates” who somehow get prior year meeting attendance lists and then approach past attendees to reserve their hotel rooms and in so doing either steal credit card information or broker a non-refundable reservation with extra junk fees. Please note that ADISA does not call or send out emails to individuals to solicit hotel reservations. You should use only the link provided in our reservation system to book your room. Please contact us with any questions.



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