"Building Wealth in the '90s" is the topic of a conference to be conducted Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Salt Lake Marriott.

The conference, sponsored by five Utah firms and businesses, will address the issues of successfully doing business in Utah in the 1990s.Conference speakers and their speech topics include:

- Joseph Plumeri, president/Private Client Group, Shearson Lehman Brothers: "The World Climate for the '90s: Where to From Here?"

- Steven Swindle, partner in Van Cott, Bagley, Cornwall & McCarthy: "The State of the Estate: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Ton of Cure."

- James A. Byrne, managing partner, Price Waterhouse: "The New World of Taxes: Can Capital Gains Be Made Well?"

- Wiliam L. Chillingworth, vice president and resident manager, Coldwell Banker: "Creating Riches from Rags: Making Sense of the Commercial Real Estate Market."

- Craig K. Poulton, president, Poulton Associates, Inc.: "The Insurance Crisis and Your Future."

- Edward F. John, vice president/

Resource Development, United Way: "Charitable Contributions and Taxes: How to Keep What You Give Away."

- Kelly Matthews, chief economist of First Security Corp.: "Doing Business in Utah in the '90s."

The cost for the seminar is $30. Seating is limited and available by reservation only.

For more information or to make reservations, call Wendy or Karli at Shearson Lehman Brothers at 322-4711.