Investment powerhouse Schwab CEO to assess retirement in the U.S. at Nov. 11 luncheon

 Investment powerhouse Schwab CEO to assess retirement in the U.S. at Nov. 11

PR Newswire

WASHINGTON, Oct. 9, 2013

WASHINGTON, Oct. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --Walter W. Bettinger, CEO
of The Charles Schwab Corporation, one of the world's largest investment
companies, will tackle issues facing future retirees at a National Press Club
Speakers Luncheon on Nov. 11.


Bettinger, 52, presides over more than $2 trillion in client assets and 1.6
million retirement plan participants. As CEO since October 2008, Bettinger
leads a workforce of 14,000 full-time employees in 300 offices in United
States, London and Hong Kong, and sets strategies that guide the investment
and savings of millions of people worldwide.

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