La Jolla, CA (PRWEB) May 24, 2016
Last week, Callan Capital, an integrated wealth management firm specializing in asset management and financial planning for corporate executives and entrepreneurs, held The Future of San Diego Life Science event at the Estancia La Jolla Resort and Spa.
Over 60 leaders in the San Diego life science community attended the event with speakers Dr. Rich Heyman, former CEO of Aragon and Seragon, and Faheem Hasnain, former CEO of Receptos. The discussion centered around trends and future direction of the San Diego life science community. In addition, Dr. Heyman and Mr. Hasnain provided an insider's view on public and private company transactions correlated to their respective company backgrounds.
"We are thrilled to be able to host an event which brings together San Diego life science community leaders who collectively contribute to innovation and a $31.8B economic impact in San Diego," said Trevor M. Callan, CIMA, CPWA®, Managing Partner of Callan Capital. "The caliber of experience and knowledge that Dr. Heyman and Mr. Hasnain bring to the community is invaluable in helping to shape the future of the community and the next generation of leaders in San Diego."
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About Callan Capital
Based in La Jolla, CA, Callan Capital is an integrated wealth management firm specializing in financial planning and asset management services for affluent families, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, foundations and endowments. Callan Capital's suite of services include financial planning, asset management, executive benefit planning, retirement planning, risk management, tax minimization, estate and trust planning, and philanthropic planning. Callan Capital provides clarity, direction and discipline to financial choices clients make everyday. Please visit http://www.callancapital.com, read our blog at http://www.callancapital.com/blog, and follow us on Twitter (@callancapital) and LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/callan-capital).