With less than one week until the 7th annual SMSF Strategy Day industry professionals are racing to secure their place at this not-to-be-missed event.
With a growing demand for tailored SMSF advice there are real opportunities for specialists who can demonstrate that they are engaged, educated, confident and compliant.
According to Russell Stephenson, publisher of SMSF Adviser, the SMSF Strategy Days will deliver practical content that can be directly implemented at a business level.
“Attendees will hear from the industry’s leading SMSF experts and business minds and gain access to unrivalled networking opportunities.
“The conference will address a number of key industry issues and offer expert insights on building profitable SMSF advice business,” Mr Stephenson said.
The speaker line-up includes Aaron Dunn, managing director of the SMSF Academy, Graeme Colley, director technical and professional standards for SPAA and Shane Ellis, managing director of Equityprotect and SMSF Law. SPAA and IPA members will also receive up to eight CPD points for attending the event. To view the full agenda and speaker line-up click here.
The SMSF Strategy Days take place next week in Melbourne on Tuesday, Brisbane on Wednesday and Sydney on Thursday. Places are strictly limited, to secure your place at this premier event register here!
If you are already attending the event and would like more information about the agenda or venues please click here.
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