Professional Adviser's flagship conference for financial advisers is going digital over the course of three days in October.
Instead of running two separate live events in the shape of PA360 and PA360 North, due to the coronavirus this year we have merged the two conferences together digitally on 7, 8 and 9 October.
Naturally we are disappointed not to see all of our delegates and readers face-to-face but the digital event does bring some added benefits:
- Hosting the event digitally allows advisers to view the full conference programme from the safety of their home without having to worry about social distancing either at the event or on public transport
- The programme is being run over three days to allow busy advisers ample time to plan and view the sessions they want while fitting in the rest of their working day
- The event is packed with more than 40 speaker sessions, all of which are relevant to our business today and carries a total of 12 accredited CPD hours
You can take a first look at the new programme here.
Speakers will be covering issues from fair pricing to technology, business management to diversity, investment and decumulation to regulation and compliance. Experts will offer their thought leadership on how best to meet the challenges of the new Covid-19 landscape.
Financial advisers who will be taking part in our presentations and panel debates include: Cervello Financial Planning's Chris Daems, LEBC's Kay Ingram, Nexus IFA's Kerry Nelson, Unique Financial Planning's Philip Martin, Holland Hahn & Wills' Amyr Rocha-Lima, Sandringham Financial Partners' Tim Sargisson, and NextGen Planners' and Postcard Planning's Rohan Sivajoti.
You will also hear from Legal & General Investment Management's Justin Oneukwusi, Schroders' Gillian Hepburn, Intelliflo's Nick Eatock and many more.
If you registered for the original event you do not need to register again, we will do this for you at PA. You only need to notify us if you are unable to attend so that we can cancel your registration.
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