Posted on 27 Nov 01
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) and Thomson Financial will present the Third Annual Financial Advisors Forum, "Profit, Prosper and Progress," at the Adam's Mark Hotel in Dallas, TX., April 18-20, 2002.
Building on the success of the past two years, the next forum will feature more than 35 educational seminars led by such renowned industry experts as Jack Kinder, Barb Culver, John Melchinger, Alfred Flippini, Jim Rogers and Connie Chen.
"Last year attracted attendees who knew where they were headed, but realized they needed help on a variety of topics," said Ed Morrow CLU, CLFC, CFP, RFC, president of Middletown, Ohio-based Financial Planning Consultants and chair of NAIFA's Division of Financial Advisors. "Many of last year's attendees thought the Financial Advisors Forum was the best conference they had ever attended. This year the program will be even stronger."
Topics for the Forum range from "How Branding Simplifies Your Marketing" and "Paperless Can be Almost Effortless," to "How to Retire Successfully from Your Practice" and "Trust Financial Advisor Training." Advisors will be offered proven innovative sales and marketing strategies and techniques for attracting and retaining more affluent clients and expanding expertise in niche markets.
In addition to its educational seminars, the Financial Advisors Forum includes an exhibit hall where more than 70 companies will display their latest products and services. To learn more about the Financial Advisors Forum, registration and discounted rates, call 212-631-1530 or go to the forum website at www.financial-planning.com/forum .