An annual SIFA membership offers great value. In addition to our comparably low-cost membership fee, SIFA provides at least one conference for our members every year.
• Current industry information
• Quality presentations by subject matter experts aimed at
advanced level practitioners
• Access to researchers and economists plus various investment professionals
• Ideas to improve your practice and client outcomes
• Collegiality and support — opportunities to freely discuss issues or problems in a supportive environment
• An average of 8 hours structured continuing professional development
SIFA is not a ‘mass-member’ organisation that brings a big crowd to conferences. You will have ample time and opportunity to talk one-on-one with other members, fund managers and specialist speakers, whilst enjoying time with colleagues and peers from around the country.
Members continue to tell us how much they value the chance to talk to other like-minded business owners and professionals immersed in their practices to share ideas, discuss common issues and gain mutual support in a non-judgmental environment.
COPTHORNE HOTEL AND RESORT · QUEENSTOWN LAKEFRONT
‘Advisory Speak ’ SIFA 2022 Conference
Wed 24th - Fri 26th
A unique opportunity to talk to other like-minded business owners and professionals immersed in their practices, to share ideas, discuss common issues and gain mutual support in a non-judgemental environment.
Simon Stredder & Charlene Overell
Wednesday 24th August
7PM Dinner Only
Thursday 25th August - Day One
8:30AM - 5:30PM
SIFA Conference with an afternoon panel discussion
over a beverage or two, followed by a 7PM dinner
Friday 26th August - Day Two
8:30AM - 3.30PM
Keynote speakers secured:
1. Christian Hawkesby, Deputy Governor, RBNZ
2. Dr M Claire Dale, PhD Research Fellow, Retirement Policy and Research Centre, University of Auckland Business School
3. Jim Parker, Vice President of Communications at Dimensional
Plus other sessions including:
• Compliance and third-party contracts under FMCA
• Consumer psychology and behavioural economics
• Climate change - The contested science
• Client communication in volatile markets