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2005 Conference >Goal

Conference aims to build financial planning community
Insurance Journal, April 2005


The goal of the upcoming Canadian Institute for Financial Planners' (CIFPs) annual meeting is to build a financial planning community in Canada, explains Keith Costello, managing director of the organization.
This year's event, to be held June 19 to 22 at the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, marks the third edition of the annual conference. He expects the conference to attract some 300 attendees who will have the opportunity to network and create ties with other financial planners.
Also, Mr. Costello explains that financial planning is the main focus of the CIFPs' conference as opposed to most other industry conferences that may only feature one or two sessions on the subject. "If you want to go to a venue where you can learn everything on financial planning, this is the place," he states.
The aim is to give participants the tools they need to succeed, Mr. Costello adds. Every attendee will also receive a copy of the organizations annual publicalion, Current Trends and Issues in Financial Planning. They will also receive what Mr. Costello calls the "bible" for financial planners, a best practices guide.
Registration can be done online at www.cifps.ca or by phone at 1-866-933-0233. There is currently an early bird special in effect for those booking before May 10 with the cost being $400 for members, $500 if you become a member and attend, and $650 for non-members. An evening with anchorman Peter Mansbridge, is also scheduled for the event. He will discuss what it means to be Canadian, and how our shared national story has shaped us at both an individual and a collective level. (DC)

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