PFS* Reunion: NEW YORK, NEW YORK April 27-29, 2018
Agenda, hotel and registration information
Register by January 22 for hotel and opening reception
Please note: You must be a paying CAA member ($40/year) to attend any of the PFS events. To become a CAA member, click here. (Spouses and partners are considered guests.)
We have a special discounted PFS rate at the historic Union League Club in midtown Manhattan. A limited number of rooms are being held for Friday, April 27 and Saturday, April 28. To get this rate, reserve your room no later than Monday, January 22. Click here for more information about the rooms and how to reserve. Saturday’s cocktails and dinner will also be held at the Club. (The price is still being negotiated.)
Welcome reception at JPMorgan Chase, 270 Park Avenue (between 47th and 48th streets), NYC, 5:30-8:30 pm. Only PFS alumni are invited to attend (no spouses or partners), and proper business attire is required. Please register by January 22 at 11 pm (Eastern). There is no charge for attending the reception, but, again, you must be a dues-paying CAA member to register online and attend. (Be sure you're logged in to the website before registering. If you have a problem, contact email@example.com.)
Click here to register.
Group downtown Manhattan tour (optional additional tours of the 9/11 Museum and Observatory will be offered) and group dinner (with a special program you will not want to miss, taking you down PFS memory lane). Spouses/partners are invited to participate in all Saturday events. Costs to be announced shortly.
Open for you to make your own personal plans and/or meet with former colleagues.
Again: CAA membership is required for all PFS alumni attending any of the official events, since the CAA is subsidizing the reunion. (Spouses and Partners are considered guests.) CAA membership entitles you to attend other (often subsidized) Chase events planned throughout the year, see online photo albums and use the online membership directory.
1) We would like to honor any of our colleagues who may have passed away. Please send us any names and if possible the year and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) If you have any PFS photos or videos, please forward these to Kpurdon@cox.net.
3) Please drop us a line at email@example.com and let us know: Why were your PFS years special for you? What made them different? What are your best memories? (We might share these thoughts at one of the evening events.)
Please continue to look out for additional details in upcoming CAA newsletters, so that you can reserve your spot at the PFS reunion.
We hope you will join us for an unforgettable celebration with unforgettable PFS colleagues from around the country.
*PFS was Personal Financial Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Chase Manhattan Corporation. It had 50 offices in very affluent markets throughout the US. It specialized in Jumbo Mortgages and achieved #1 market share, #1 in customer satisfaction among all jumbo mortgage lenders, and #1 in employee satisfaction at Chase. PFS was a finalist for the Malcolm Baldrige Award.
If you think of former PFS colleagues who aren't on our mailing list, please send the name, e-mail address and, if possible, years/location of PFS involvement to Sonia Dias at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for HOTEL INFORMATION.
Look who has registered to attend
the Friday welcome reception
(66 alumni as of 1/19 @ 8 pm):
Debbie del Corro El Chayeb
Lisa Ann Siranovich
Mike van Praag