Allianz chief economic advisor Mohamed El-Erian, Franklin Templeton CEO Jenny Johnson, Accredited Investors co-founder Ross Levin and Age Wave CEO Ken Dychtwald will be among the featured speakers at next week’s virtual Next Chapter event on May 24-25. Next Chapter is sponsored by Financial Advisor, the Money Management Institute and the Execution Project.

Other prominent speakers include Morgan Stanley Wealth Management chief operating officer Jed Finn; BlackRock president Rob Kapito; Raymond James’s director of longevity, Amanda Stahl; the American College’s co-director of retirement research, Wade Pfau; Schwab Advisor Services’ managing director, Tom Bradley; and Jasmine Jirele, CEO of Allianz Life Insurance’s North American unit.

The topics will range from Ross Levin’s discussion of what he has learned over four decades building an RIA firm and what he believes advisors must do to remain viable in the current decade to baby boomer guru Ken Dychtwald’s take on the so-called “Great Retirement.”

Finn, from Morgan Stanley, will discuss the ways the retirement game is changing at the institutional level and what his firm did to gather a hefty $438 billon in net new assets last year. Some believe Morgan Stanley is on track to challenge the dominance of traditional discount brokers like Schwab and Fidelity in the battle for retiring baby boomers’ savings.

On the fintech front, learn what’s new and what’s ahead from three market leaders with different perspectives. Ainslie Simmonds from Pershing X, Michael Liersch of Wells Fargo and Rose Palazzo of MoneyGuidePro tell LifeYield’s Jack Sharry what’s happening.