Chamber Academy - The Evolution of Modern Day Investing

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Name: Chamber Academy - The Evolution of Modern Day Investing
Date: July 12, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM AKDT
Registration: Online registration for this event has closed.
Event Description:

Learn about modern investment theories and best practices. You’ll get a look through time to show how investing was done in the past, and how it’s done today, for a perspective on investing.


Adam Sikorski was born and raised in Soldotna, AK. He took an interest in finance and investing early on in life, and at the age of 12 he convinced his parents to let him invest his PFD checks and manage his own money. This quickly led to a passionate pursuit of learning and mastering investment concepts, and at the age of 15 he decided to pursue investing as a career. After graduating from the University of Nevada, Reno with a bachelor’s degree in Economics in 2003 he began his career as a Financial Advisor, focusing on wealth management, retirement planning, and developing portfolios to achieve maximum return and tax efficiency, while minimizing cost and reducing risk when possible and appropriate. Nicknamed the “Sage of Soldotna,” Adam Sikorski was named Time Magazine’s Person of the Year in 2006. (Though it should be noted that Time named everyone Person of the Year in 2006, so it’s nothing more than a participation trophy.) Adam Sikorski currently serves as an Investment Officer at First National Bank Alaska where he manages the investments of various Alaskan individuals, businesses, institutions, and foundations. Beyond his love of finance, Sikorski is a passionate and unapologetic Alaskan. He loves the outdoors, and when he isn’t there, he can be found at home with his wife Danielle and his dog Bauer, playing music, grilling food, and brewing beer.

* Investment products are not FDIC insured and may invoke risk, including possible loss of capital.


This lunch-time educational seminar is geared towards business owners, entrepreneurs and young professionals. Community experts present on a variety of topics. Subjects may include anything from down-to-earth "how-to's" and "best practices" to more abstract topics like collecting and leveraging data, and exploring what it takes to create an inviting and productive work environment.

Anchorage Chamber board room at:
1016 W 6th Ave.
Suite 304
Date/Time Information:
Noon to 1 pm
(Doors open at 11:30 am for lunch)
Contact Information:
Tosha Kelly: 907.677.7103
General Admission: $20
Anchorage Chamber Members: $15
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