The listed platform provider has signed on to partner with ifa’s industry-first event looking at advice affordability.
Taking place in Sydney on 8 October, the inaugural ifa Future Forum will canvass ideas around lowering the cost of advice and improving the long-term sustainability of the industry.
Attendees will hear from ASIC on their approach to improving advice affordability, as well as the Fold Legal’s Simon Carrodus, AIOFP executive director Peter Johnston, Money Mentor’s Adele Martin, business coach Stewart Bell and 9rok founder Kim Payne, with more speakers still to be announced.
HUB24 managing director Andrew Alcock said the group was looking forward to getting involved with the Future Forum, as part of its overall strategy to spearhead the accessibility of advice.
“We are excited to be part of the ifa Future Forum and to have the opportunity to collaborate with other participants in the wealth industry,” Mr Alcock said.
“For us, it’s not just about providing access to the best platform, data and tech solutions, it’s about playing our role to support licensees and advisers to deliver advice to as many customers as possible.”
To find out more about the ifa Future Forum 2021 and secure your spot at the event, click here.
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