Industry participants seeking to register for the Wraps, Platforms and Masterfunds conference are reminded that the early bird rate closes today.
Now in its 13th year, the conference is one of the premier events on the financial services calendar and this year looks set not to disappoint delegates seeking to capitalise on market opportunities.
This year’s event includes a stellar line up of speakers, including international guest and key note The Wolf of Wall Street Jordan Belfort, who will deliver an insightful session on mastering platform distribution and the sales domino effect.
He’ll also share his insights on a career spanning the good and bad – and all the experiences along the way.
Delfort’s story forms the backbone of the upcoming Hollywood blockbuster The Wolf of Wall Street, with Belfort played by Leonardo DiCaprio.Former senior economic adviser to the Prime Minister and bank chief economist Stephen Koukoulas will complete the line-up of speakers.According to Russell Stephenson, publisher of ifa, Mr Koukoulas has been at the forefront of economic thinking and analysis from a number of perspectives: as Citibank’s chief economist, head of global research at TD Securities and, most recently, as senior economic adviser to former Prime Minister Julia Gillard.“Stephen’s insights into the future of Australia's economy, his depth of experience in financial services and his intimate knowledge of the political climate is second to none. Conference delegates seeking to stay ahead of financial services opportunities and capitalise on the evolving market will find his insights immensely valuable,” Mr Stephenson said.The special early bird rate ends today, Friday 27 July.Please click here to register, or for further information, including the full conference agenda, click here: www.masterfundsconference.com.au
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