Two area wealth management firms are planning free events for Eastman Kodak Co. employees and retirees who may have questions in light of recent news of the firm’s uncertain future.
Invest-In Services of Lakeville plans discussions at noon Jan. 16 and at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at Black and Blue restaurant in Pittsford Plaza.
The focus of these discussions will be the potential effects Kodak’s situation could have on both the KRIP and Savings and Investment Plan retirement plans.
The discussions are free and open to all current and former Kodak employees. Space is limited; register at email@example.com or call (585) 346-5410.
Brighton Securities has four community resource meetings scheduled to help address questions for Kodak employees and retirees.
George Conboy, president of Brighton Securities, specializes in local and national economic analysis and fundamental business analysis. He is to be joined by fellow financial advisers at Brighton Securities who will add their insight and answer questions.
Meetings are 5:30 p.m. Thursday, 4 p.m. Friday, 5:30 p.m. Jan. 17 and 5:30 p.m. Jan. 18 at Brighton Securities office, 1703 Monroe Ave. in Brighton.
Reservations are recommended. There is space for 30 people in each on-site meeting. Call the Brighton Securities Kodak hotline at (585) 340-2246 to reserve a spot. Refreshments will be available.
Brighton Securities is an independently owned full-service financial firm headquartered in Rochester with a satellite office in Batavia.
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