Financial Planning

New Horizons as Congress Early Bird opens

30 May 2019

Jayson Forrest

Jayson Forrest is the managing editor of Money & Life Magazine.

New Horizons is the theme of the 2019 FPA Professionals Congress, as Early Bird registrations open.

Planning is well underway for the FPA Professionals Congress 2019, which is taking place at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre from  27-29 November.

New Horizons is this year’s Congress theme, featuring powerful content and high calibre speakers.

“By bringing together our members to the peak event of the year, we are thrilled to expose you to the latest insights, fresh perspectives and developments in  our profession,” says Congress Chair, Michelle Tate-Lovery CFP®. “Attend workshops that will show you ‘how to’. As we move through immense change together, we have a great opportunity to reset and redesign our business model for future growth.”

To challenge and stimulate advisers’ thinking, Congress welcomes back Mitch Anthony.

“You couldn’t hear a pin drop at his keynote presentation last year and planners haven’t stopped talking about the impact his messaging has made in their businesses,” Tate-Lovery says.

This year’s Congress offers up to 15 CPD points.

Registrations open in June and delegates can take advantage of the Early Bird rate and receive $245 off the standard registration fee. The Early Bird price closes on 31 August.

The Congress kicks off on Wednesday 27 November with the FPA Professional Practice and Paraplanning workshops. This will be followed by the opening keynote presentation, the FPA Awards ceremony and the official welcome reception.

Other social events include the highly anticipated Future2 Celebration at a relaxed seaside environment and the Women in Wealth Breakfast.

For more information or to register, click here.