NASP Texas honors Max Patterson as 'champion'
Houston, Texas - Jan. 30, 2017 - Max Patterson, executive director of the Texas Association of Public Employe Retirement Systems, received the National Association of Securities Professionals Texas Chapter's first "Chapter Champion Award” for his support of the organization through his personal involvement as well as for building the chapter through TEXPERS membership.Houston, Texas - Jan. 30, 2017 - Max Patterson, executive director of Texas Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems, received the National Association of Securities Professionals Texas Chapter's first “Chapter Champion Award” for his support of the organization through his personal involvement as well as for building the chapter through TEXPERS membership.
The award was issued during the NASP Texas Chapter's first conference, “Texas Untapped: Investing in the Lone Start State” Nov. 2. The conference was held at the Houston Firefighters' Relief and Retirement Fund's Greer and Lowdermilk Conference Center in Houston.
|Max Patterson, Executive Director of the Texas Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems, holds an award he received from the Texas Chapter of the National Association of Securities Professionals.|
The NASP Texas Chapter also issued its “Lone Star Vanguard Award” to Ronald Green, former city of Houston Comptroller. The NASP serves as a resource for the minority community at large and for minorities working within the securities and investments industry. The organization provides opportunities for its members to share information about the securities markets, functions as a repository for information regarding current trends, facilitates industry educational seminars and creates networking opportunities.
- To pursue the highest standards of professionalism and excellence among NASP members
- To achieve equal opportunity for minorities and women in the securities industry
- To foster the growth and development of minorities and women; of minority-controlled and women-controlled institutions in the securities industry
- To enhance communication among members
- To increase public awareness, especially among minorities and women, of public and private finance career opportunities
- To pursue progressive and balanced policies affecting public and private finance