Financial Services Exchange announced ex-NBA player, as keynote speaker at next FSX Investment Conference


Matt FishFinancial Services Exchange (FSX), the premier investment conference organization in the United States has announced that Matt Fish, former NBA player, will kick off their upcoming investment conference that will be held in Dallas, Texas from February 7 -9.

A 1992 second-round selection by the Golden State Warriors, Fish made his NBA debut in 1994 with the Los Angeles Clippers.

His rookie season with the Clippers was perhaps his finest, as Fish averaged nearly five points in 14 minutes per game.

In total, Fish played for Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks, Denver Nuggers, Washington Bullets and Miami Heat.

He appeared in 50 NBA games (9 started), averaging 3.5 ppg and 2.2 rpg in 10.2 minutes of action.

After the NBA, the 6’11 Fish played 5 more years in CBA and 2 more years overseas.

After basketball, Matt became a character coach and created the Character Program which helps 3rd to 6th graders learn character through the language of sports.

Matt also teaches his program to the ASU women’s basketball and NCAA.

Matt is a speaker for the National Collegiate Scouting Association, and most recently an entrepreneur, as owner and editor of Rebound Magazine.

FSX holds investment conferences four times a year in a different major U.S city where emerging growth companies connect with a nationwide network of financial investment professionals.

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