Registrations are now open for the highly-anticipated SMSF Strategy Day, to be held as a three-city roadshow in November.
Now in its seventh year, the SMSF Strategy Day is the premier event for SMSF advice specialists seeking to grow their businesses and advice-giving capabilities.
The SMSF sector represents one of the most exciting business growth opportunities for financial services professionals.
According to Russell Stephenson, publisher of SMSF Adviser, the SMSF Strategy Day will deliver the latest SMSF advice and investment strategies to SMSF professionals while revealing the key techniques and best practice approaches to growing their businesses.
“SMSFs are rising at the rate of around 2,600 new funds each month – offering a lucrative business opportunity for driven, compliant and educated advisers to increase their service proposition and generate more business.
“This is a must-attend event for any financial planner, adviser, lawyer, auditor, compliance professional, distributor or product manufacturer seeking to capitalise on the booming SMSF advice sector,” Mr Stephenson said.
The SMSF Strategy Day will take place in Melbourne on Tuesday 19 November, Brisbane on Wednesday 20 November and Sydney on Thursday 21 November.
Keynote speakers confirmed for the event include Aaron Dunn, managing director of the SMSF Academy; Shane Ellis, managing director of Equityprotect and SMSF Law; and Recep Peker, lead analyst for Investment Trends.
Spaces for this not-to-be-missed event are strictly limited, so register today or visit www.smsfstrategyday.com.au for more information.
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