Allan Ettinger, senior institutional consultant and senior vice president, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, oversees more than $260 billion in assets, representing 6,458 institutional relationships with assets ranging from $10 million to $2.73 billion. Mr. Ettinger’s expertise in the investment sector spans more than 35 years. As a charter member of the Investment Management Consultants Association, he served as the association’s first treasurer and membership chairman, and was instrumental in the creation of the Certified Investment Management Analyst® program at the The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Ettinger was an adjunct lecturer, Northwestern University; lecturer and member of the Executive Speakers Series, Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, DePaul University, and adjunct lecturer, Anderson School of Management, University of New Mexico. Ettinger’s consultative works have appeared in numerous financial publications ranging from Physicians Financial News, Savvy Magazine for Women, Corporate Cash Flow Magazine, to Changing Times “The Kiplinger Magazine,” and USA Today. He has served as a keynote speaker for events hosted by the Chartered Financial Analysts Society, Illinois Public Employees Retirement Systems Summit, Liability Driven Investing Summit, Fixed Income Summit, Associated Firefighters of Illinois, Pensions & Investments, Fire & Police Funds Summit, International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, Asset Allocation Congress, and Institute of Real Estate Management. He currently serves as an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. Ettinger created the Allan R. Ettinger Foundation and The Ettinger Scholarship Fund to ensure the development of effective programs to enhance and support individuals who overcome great obstacles in life to achieve self-sufficiency and success through self-determination. He earned a B.A. in social sciences and humanities, Shimer College, and has completed the Certified Investment Strategist program, Stern School of Business, New York University.