Registrations are now open for the highly anticipated SMSF Adviser Technical Strategy Day.
The SMSF Adviser Technical Strategy Day will be held in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in November this year.
The conference is the premier event for SMSF advice specialists seeking to grow their technical knowledge base and advice-giving capabilities, according to SMSF Adviser’s associate publisher, Terry Braithwaite.
“The SMSF sector is becoming flooded with SMSF practitioners keen to attract business from the ever-growing pool of SMSF members. With competition heating up, SMSF members are demanding the most up-to-date strategies to grow, protect and manage their retirement savings,” said Mr Braithwaite.
“For those professionals looking to make their mark in this increasingly competitive space and capture SMSF clients, specialist technical knowledge is essential.”
Key industry thought leaders and experts will deliver sessions at the event, including Peter Burgess, AMP SMSF’s head of policy, technical and educational services; Peter Hogan, national manager, SMSF Advice, MLC; Caroline Harley, senior legal counsel, Perpetual; Matina Moffitt, executive director, financial services, Ernst & Young and Peter Townsend, principal, Townsends Business & Corporate Lawyers.
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