The Monetary Recommendation Affiliation Australia (FAAA) Congress in Adelaide from 20 to 22 November will probably be its first as a unified skilled physique.
Underneath the theme, ‘Develop collectively’, the congress will host a variety of classes designed to tell and replace monetary planners on the problems going through the career in addition to present sensible instruments and data enabling them to work extra intently with shoppers and their altering wants, significantly within the post-pandemic setting.
Early fowl registrations have opened, priced at $1,150 for members and $1,850 for non-members. Members are inspired to register for early-bird pricing, which closes on 1 September.
FAAA chief government officer Sarah Abood says the FAAA Congress is the biggest nationwide occasion within the calendar for the monetary recommendation career.
“The occasion provides an distinctive alternative for members to attach with their friends, achieve insights and data from a packed workshop program, and have enjoyable on the many networking and social capabilities,” Ms Abood says.
“A characteristic at this 12 months’s Congress is the breakfast hosted by the Encourage group of girls in monetary recommendation, on 21 November – together with an thrilling visitor speaker.”
Ms Abood says the CFP Skilled Join specialist workshop will make a return this 12 months the day earlier than the FAAA Congress kicks off, offering high-quality technical content material in a session hosted by a panel of main CFP professionals and subject material consultants who will put delegates’ data, expertise and creativity to the take a look at.
There can even be Pre-Congress classes through the afternoon earlier than the official opening, together with the Gen Subsequent Session for paraplanners, rising professionals and college students, and the FAAA Skilled Follow Session, targeted on succession planning and find out how to retain key individuals in your corporation.
For extra particulars and to register for the FAAA Congress, go to: https://faaa.au/congress