CFP® Professional Annual Conference 2022
Date: Wednesday, 23rd November
Conference Start Time: 9.30am
Conference Conclusion: 1pm
Kevin McConnell, Gem Strategic Ltd
FPSB Ireland has commissioned a report entitled “Wealth Demographics and the Financial Planning Landscape in Ireland”. The research will be presented on the 23rd November by the author, Kevin McConnell, followed by a panel discussion with Kevin, Paul Grimes, and Jane McAleese, moderated by Mícheál O’Driscoll.
Noel Maye, CEO FPSB Ltd
Noel is retiring from his role as CEO of FPSB after 20 years at the helm. He will join us to discuss the journey of professionalising financial planning internationally over this time; and the lessons we can learn about what has worked well, or not.
Peter MacCann, General Manager of The Merrion Hotel
During the financial planning journey, client trust and satisfaction are essential. Dublin’s Merrion Hotel is a brand synonymous with unfaltering service and we are delighted to be joined by Peter to share his insights into what it takes to deliver consistent 5* service – lessons that can be drawn on in any client centric industry.
Damian Browne, extreme adventurer
Having just completed his own epic journey. Damian will recount his incredible story of rowing for 112 days, 3,000 miles, across the Atlantic Ocean from New York City to Galway, and the physical and mental challenges he faced. His inspirational talk will focus on the 5 Keys to Mental Strength and Resilience – insights which we can take with us as we continue our own journeys as CFP professionals.
Format: In Person AND Online
This event will take place in-person in The Heritage, Killenard, Co. Laois and will also be live streamed for those who prefer the comfort of their own desk. However, we greatly encourage you to attend in person if possible. This flagship event has always been a highlight in the FPSB Ireland calendar and an important event for our community of CFP® professionals to connect.
CPD: 3 hours for live attendance (In-Person or Online)
Online participants will receive an email with a link to access the webinar by COB Tuesday 22nd November.
Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.